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  • Crowdfunding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Crowdfunding is the practice of funding a project or venture by raising monetary
    contributions from a large number of people, typically via the internet.

  • Top 10 Crowdfunding Sites by Traffic Rank


    Updated Daily - Crowdfunding.com ranks the Top 10 Crowdfunding Sites by
    Alexa and Compete traffic rankings. Fees are also listed for each crowdfunding ...

  • GoFundMe: #1 for Crowdfunding & Fundraising Websites


    Over $780M raised for personal causes! GoFundMe is the #1 do-it-yourself
    fundraising website to raise money online. Get your crowdfunding website FREE!

  • Kickstarter

    https://www.kickstarter.com/ - 25 minutes ago

    Kickstarter is the world's largest funding platform for creative projects. A home for
    film, music, art, theater, games, comics, design, photography, and more.

  • Indiegogo: Global Crowdfunding Engine to Fundraise Online


    As the largest global fundraising site, we help individuals, businesses, and non-
    profits raise money online—to make any idea a reality through crowdfunding.

  • Top 10 Crowdfunding Sites For Fundraising - Forbes


    May 8, 2013 ... Unless you've been living in a remote island for the last few years, you've heard
    about crowdfunding or stories of people raising thousands or ...

  • Crowdfunding lessons, programs, news, and topics. - Entrepreneur


    3 days ago ... Find crowdfunding platforms and learn how to get funding for your business and

  • Real-Estate Crowdfunding Set to Top $2.5 Billion This Year


    1 day ago ... When most people think about crowdfunding, they're likely to think of a group of
    friends pulling their finances together to back the launch of a ...

  • 10 Crowdfunding Sites To Fuel Your Dream Project - Hongkiat.com


    Crowdfunding, as its name suggests, is a funding method where common people
    ... Different crowdfunding site could have different a purpose or approach , but ...

  • crowdfunding / Crowdfunding


    Crowdfunding, inspired by crowdsourcing, describes the collective cooperation,
    attention and trust by people who network and pool their money together, ...