The practice of crowd funding is exploding in interest, and being hailed by many as today’s hottest new form of high-tech investment. It’s easy to see why too: Anyone can launch a new product, startup or business right from their kitchen table.
Using fundraising sites like Kickstarter, RocketHub and IndieGogo, aspiring startups and inventors can essentially post project pitches online and solicit financial pledges from everyday Internet users in exchange for merchandize or uniquely personalized experiences. (In other words, no equity changes hands – a great deal for entrepreneurs, who can begin generating capital with as little as a prototype or preproduction assets, and without giving up a share of ownership.)
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