PICISI.com - a new crowdfunding site crowdfunding for site upgrades.
PICISI was designed to be a crowdfunding site that would allow organizers to raise funds in both fiat (USD, GBP, CAD, etc ... ) and cryptocurrency (BTC, EMC2, HYPER, etc ...), another major part of the design is sponsorship opportunities sitewide including but not limited to: home page margin placement for the top ten sponsors, host CC sponsor, perk sponsor, campaign text sponsor, video sponsor, and many other sponsorship options.
Manual management of sponsorship options is tough for a single campaign, impractical for a handful of campaigns, and impossible for any admins to carry out for a whole crowdfunding site, as such an automated system must be installed.
Here are some other target site features we hope to include:
1) stripe currently handles fiat and bitcoin which is good, however we need many more cryptocurrency to be supported.
2) automatic placement of sponsor messages authorized by organizer
3) a sponsor page to list all of the PICISI sponsors, advertisers, and endorsers.
4) a promotion contractor page to list all of the promotion contractors and their respective areas of concentration.
More about the campaign here: https://picisi.atlas.thrinacia.com/campaign/9/major-upgrade-to-picisi.com-website
Retro VGS Crowdfunding Campaign "Dead In The Water" But Work Will Continue
"The good news is we aren’t giving up"
Remember the Retro VGS we reported on last week? It was supposed to be a throwback to the good old days of cartridges, and was up on crowdfunding site Indiegogo with a target goal of $2 million.
Sadly, the campaign wasn't exactly a success - only $61,755 had been raised in 11 days - and has this forced the team behind the console to cancel the venture entirely. The good news is that the system isn't totally dead, and will return to crowdfunding in the future.
More on this article here: http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2015/09/retro_vgs_crowdfunding_campaign_dead_in_the_water_but_work_will_continue
Crowdfunding boost for £4m Inver Park plan
More on this article here: http://www.larnetimes.co.uk/news/local-news/crowdfunding-boost-for-4m-inver-park-plan-1-6984842