The Swivl personal cameraman was one of the first Kickstarter campaigns to show how hardware could be crowd funded. And now the team is at it again.
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“City geek” and entrepreneur creates a crowd funding platform for civic projects.
Schoolyard launches a platform that lets students crowdfund their projects directly from alumni.
Funders Club is attempting to build the future of NASDAQ.
Fundrise, a newly launched company, is democratizing the cumbersome real estate investment industry by letting any person invest $100 for a share in the deal.
Adam Draper, carrying on his family’s multi-generation venture capital legacy, recently launched BoostFunder, an online marketplace where startups and investors can meet to facilitate the investment process. Now that the company is off and running, it has divulged its first list of featured companies to VentureBeat:
For his 35th birthday, famed lifestyle expert Tim Ferriss does not want cars, clothes, or gadgets. He wants you to donate money to Vittana.org, although he will accept homemade brownies as well.
By taking advantage of EA’s generosity, crowd-funded games will have a chance to reach Origin’s growing audience of more than 12 million users worldwide.
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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.
The Securities and Exchange Commission may adopt rules to let internet-age technologies be used in fund-raising.