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January 03, 2015, 05:33:23 PM
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The Einsteinium Foundation is currently conducting a crowd funding campaign with relative success, we have asked for and received sponsors for most of our perks.  The experience allowed me to quickly appreciate the massive exposure that can come from the endeavor -- perk sponsorship is a great opportunity.  

If you have an active campaign, or considering the start of a crowd funding campaign please contact us so that we can help you to make your campaign a success.

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Anyone working on a crowdfunding campaign?
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January 03, 2015, 09:11:49 PM
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http://www.bitcoinstarter.com has a lot of crowd funding campaigns

http://www.bitpools.com has many crowd funding projects

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http://www.bitcoinstarter.com has a lot of crowd funding campaigns

http://www.bitpools.com has many crowd funding projects


Thanks, I'm familiar with bitoinstarter we are scheduled to some campaigns with them soon, I'm also active at their thread.
But I didn't know about bitpools.com, I will look into that.

I don't want to spam anyone's site soif the site admins don't mine I'll gladly appeal directly to the campaigns that I feel may
be a good fit for us.  Otherwise I've got to make the offer loud and clear then wait for them to learn of us and respond.



[edit] wow that logo looks familiar ... hahahaa, ok, your're associated with that site, great.

Do you do crowd funding campaigns or is it one large and continuous campaign for multiple endeavors?





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January 03, 2015, 09:32:09 PM
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http://www.bitcoinstarter.com has a lot of crowd funding campaigns

http://www.bitpools.com has many crowd funding projects


Thanks, I'm familiar with bitoinstarter we are scheduled to some campaigns with them soon, I'm also active at their thread.
But I didn't know about bitpools.com, I will look into that.

I don't want to spam anyone's site soif the site admins don't mine I'll gladly appeal directly to the campaigns that I feel may
be a good fit for us.  Otherwise I've got to make the offer loud and clear then wait for them to learn of us and respond.


Well I am the admin for BitPools so drop me a PM if you'd like. Smiley

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Seastead talk at http://seasteadtalk.org
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http://www.bitcoinstarter.com has a lot of crowd funding campaigns

http://www.bitpools.com has many crowd funding projects


Thanks, I'm familiar with bitoinstarter we are scheduled to some campaigns with them soon, I'm also active at their thread.
But I didn't know about bitpools.com, I will look into that.

I don't want to spam anyone's site soif the site admins don't mine I'll gladly appeal directly to the campaigns that I feel may
be a good fit for us.  Otherwise I've got to make the offer loud and clear then wait for them to learn of us and respond.


Well I am the admin for BitPools so drop me a PM if you'd like. Smiley


Elwar, I reviewed your site, and looks at specific campaigns but didn't see any 'perk' where the driving point of this thread would be relevant.

Do you have a donor/donation reward system?  If so, how could it be used to promote sponsorship.
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January 04, 2015, 03:23:47 PM
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http://www.bitcoinstarter.com has a lot of crowd funding campaigns

http://www.bitpools.com has many crowd funding projects


Thanks, I'm familiar with bitoinstarter we are scheduled to some campaigns with them soon, I'm also active at their thread.
But I didn't know about bitpools.com, I will look into that.

I don't want to spam anyone's site soif the site admins don't mine I'll gladly appeal directly to the campaigns that I feel may
be a good fit for us.  Otherwise I've got to make the offer loud and clear then wait for them to learn of us and respond.


Well I am the admin for BitPools so drop me a PM if you'd like. Smiley


Elwar, I reviewed your site, and looks at specific campaigns but didn't see any 'perk' where the driving point of this thread would be relevant.

Do you have a donor/donation reward system?  If so, how could it be used to promote sponsorship.

It is not as set up for typical crowdfunding donations as kickstarter so that would be something the person creating the proposal would need to include in his proposal. I do plan on implementing something like that though where donors who do not wish to wait around to make decisions on the final outcome would be able to essentially give their bitcoins to people who are involved, similar to dynamic distributed democracy where instead of voting on every single topic you give your vote to someone you trust who then goes on to vote on that topic.

First seastead company actually selling seasteads: Ocean Builders https://ocean.builders  Of course we accept bitcoin.
Seastead talk at http://seasteadtalk.org
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