The Brooklyn-based online craft marketplace is testing out a pilot program that allows makers to raise money for production costs.
Forget leaning in. It's time to lean back. With this recliner behind you, you can slouch on the job like you mean it.
A project creator was charged with using 'unfair or deceptive acts' to raise more than $120,000 on the crowdfunding platform, which he allegedly spent on personal expenses.
HidrateMe has been called 'the most pointless Kickstarter project yet,' but we think it's a brilliant. Here's why.
Jay Silver's first Makey Makey invention kit raised more than half a million dollars on Kickstarter. His second kit, called the Makey Makey GO, has raised more than $120,000 so far.
FOVE has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund production and manufacturing of its headset.
The Light Phone is a credit-card sized phone that does basically nothing.
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Rise and shine to the sweet smell of success ... and croissants.
From a $9 computer to a ridiculously smart trash can, here are the coolest projects on the crowdfunding platform right now.
Wireless headphones have been around for awhile, but the Spiro X1 allows people to turn any old pair into a wireless set.
Go on. Stick it to your naughty neighbors like the coward you are.
C.H.I.P. is a credit card-sized computing powerhouse that does quite a lot for so little.
LeVar Burton raised $6.4 million in a Kickstarter campaign and set a record for the most number of campaign backers to create a new, digital version of the beloved children's brand.
When the time comes to build your brand, start with who you know and build from there.
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platforms geared toward funding creative and artistic projects. Kickstarter follows a pledge-and-reward crowdfunding model, so that backers who pledge money are offered rewards at each monetary level of pledging. The funds must be raised within a set period of time.
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