Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Today In Crowdfunding News: Fighting the Taiwanese recession with home-style Crowdfunding, Crowdfunding learning from US regulations, New townhouses underway off Central Avenue - with crowdfunding, Yuri Visual Novel Ne no Kami reaches Crowdfunding goal, and more all brought to you by PICISI.com

China Post
Fighting the Taiwanese Recession With Home-StyleCrowdfunding
Taiwan's newly minted government has an under-used tool at its disposal to combat the recession: an exchange-based crowdfunding program for ...
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Crowdfunding: Learning from US regulations
First, Crowdfund Insider, the leading news website about crowdfunding, claims that Indonesians have trust issues with money transactions carried out ...
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Charlotte Observer (blog)
New townhouses underway off Central Avenue – withcrowdfunding
A new townhouse project is underway off Central Avenue, funded in part with a relatively new mechanism: Crowdfunding. The site on Lyon Court is ...
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Hardcore Gamer
Yuri Visual Novel Ne no Kami Reaches Crowdfunding Goal
Yuri Visual Novel Ne no Kami Reaches Crowdfunding Goal ... This is great news as now folks do not need to worry about where the money would go if ...
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Bath Echo
Bath Carnival launches crowdfunding campaign to help with increasing costs
The news comes after Cardiff Carnival announced it would not be happening for the first time since 1990 while St Paul's Carnival in Bristol has also ...
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Ex-Lionhead Devs Crowdfunding New Fable Game
IGN revealed today that Lionhead – the recently shuttered studio, responsible for the Fable games – was working on a digital card game for 18 months ...
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Vancity Buzz
Seattle-based radio station crowdfunds the future of jazz
The university had been in talks with another radio station to sell off KPLU, and Cohn said there was “huge public outcry” when the news became ...
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