Crowdfunding has become a big industry, as people are increasingly seeking ways to finance new creative projects and technology ideas. But one crowdfunding startup is focusing more on helping people raise money for personal needs, and is starting to process some serious funding in the meantime. That startup, called GoFundMe, was actually founded in 2008, long before Kickstarter made it big and around the same time that IndieGoGo first hit the scene.
It's been clear that crowdfunding has had a big moment over the past twelve months, but new stats released today by creative project investment platform Kickstarter showed just how huge 2012 really was indie projects getting money f... Read Post
Crowdfunding startup GoFundMe is picking up steam, raising about $3 million in campaigns each month, compared to $2 million just three months ago. Now it's looking to accelerate its growth with a new partner program, where organizat... Read Post
Today many many startups look to crowdfunding as a source of financing. According to Score.org, a nonprofit organization which mentors small businesses, crowdfunding has increased 18-fold since 2009 and now tops $10 billion. The fit... Read Post