Have you ever wondered how to start with crowdfunding, whether you can use crowdfunding to start a business or what are examples of crowdfunding?
To make your task easier, we have listed the most popular crowdfunding platforms available on the market that will definitely help you to answer your questions.
100+ most popular crowdfunding platforms
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|1,00||1||Gogetfunding||ALBANIA||Gogetfunding is available in Albania. To get onto this platform, you’ll have to sign up and then create your fundraising campaign. However, this platform hasn’t recorded a good number of successfully funded projects.||WEBSITE|
|1,00||2||Sesocio||ARGENTINA||SeSocio was founded in 2016 and is an Argentine based website that offers people seeking venture capital a way to connect with investors with small amounts to invest. You simply have to post your idea on the platform, and interested investors will start contributing capital to make it a reality.||WEBSITE|
|1,00||3||My cause||AUSTRALIA||Just like its title, my cause is a small donations platform in Australia that seeks to fund cause-driven ideas in Australia. This platform allows people to raise money for both charity and business.||WEBSITE|
|1,00||4||Justgiving||AUSTRALIA||JustGiving was founded in 1999 and is an online platform (formerly known as Clickforaction.com Limited) for charitable fundraising and non-charitable crowdfunding for good causes. Since its launch, JustGiving has enabled over 21 million people to raise £1.5 billion for over 13,000 charities and causes.||WEBSITE|
|1,00||5||GoFundraise||AUSTRALIA||GoFundraise was founded in 2007 and specializes in online fundraising, digital, fundraising, and marketing. This platform also focuses on giving support to charities and charity events in Australia.||WEBSITE|
|1,00||6||Equitise||AUSTRALIA||Equitise was founded in 2014 and offers an equity crowdfunding platform for private investors to invest in early-stage companies and startups. This platform provides an opportunity for the people of Australia above 18 years to invest in new exciting startups with a hope of earning as shareholders when the startup succeeds.||WEBSITE|
|1,00||7||Pozible||AUSTRALIA||Pozible was founded in 2010 and is a crowdfunding platform and community for novel, creative projects and ideas. It allows project creators to present their ideas to a connected audience worldwide and receive financial support from people who like their ideas.||WEBSITE|
|1,00||8||Wemakeit||SWITZERLAND||Wemakeit was founded in 2012 and is an online platform that enables users to crowdfund projects in the creative industries. While it enables innovators to gather funding for their projects, it enables donors to get personal invitations, signed books, limited edition photos, and more. On this platform, almost every form of idea is accepted. You can post any idea in any industry, and interested people will contribute for you the capital needed.||WEBSITE|
|1,00||9||Rendity||AUSTRIA||Rendity was founded in 2015 and is more than an investment platform for real estate and offers the first real estate investment depot in Europe: hence investors can compile a portfolio from different real estate projects that corresponds to their investment style. The transparent presentation of all projects ensures investments without excessive surprises. Thanks to the unique investor-wallet, investors can keep an overview and control of their invested capital. The platform provides returns on investments opportunities for investors of up to 7% annually. The minimum investment is €1’000.||WEBSITE|
|1,00||10||VisionFunder||BARBADOS||VisionFunder was founded in 2012 and is dedicated to funds creative projects in the Caribbean region and mainly Barbados. All you have to do is visit their website, create a project and well-wishers will start funding it using credit card.||WEBSITE|
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