Today the Y Combinator startup publicly debuted its open source crowdfunding tool called Crowdhoster that lets any person or organization integrate crowdfunding onto their site, without using any code.
Crowdtilt releases a “Wordpress for crowdfunding” site that enables anyone to easily enable raise money on their site.
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Crowdtilt throws the largest crowd funded party ever, when its not saving schools or raising money for wedding gifts.
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Crowdtilt, a site that helps groups of friends pool money for a common goal, has raised its first round of funding for $2.1 million.
Crowdtilt wants you to take the pool of money your friends gather for a vacation and put it online. The company does crowdfunding for small groups of people who already know each other; friends and family looking to pool their money for a common cause.
Crowdtilt, a new group-funding site backed by startup incubator Y Combinator, has launched today to help you fund anything. The site lets you group fund any project or goal you can come up with, from trips across the country to buying a wedding gift.