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7 Best CrowdFunding sites


This site is perfect for early-stage startup or business focused on consumer brands. The mission is to help entrepreneurs flourish their business by providing them the required capital and resources. They provide capital in the form of equity, credit, or both, based on your business’s unique needs. It’s one of the best equity crowdfunding platforms.
Find out more about CircleUp


GoFundMe is the best charitable cause. It is a globally recognized stage for serving people all over the place to put their money toward charities and causes that matter to them. Funding fees are zero percent for individual campaigns in the US and five percent for charities and countries outside the US. If you doing something for the community than this is a perfect play to fundraise.
Find out more about GoFundMe


By the title itself, we can guess who it’s focused for. iFundWomen is precisely designed for early-stage, female entrepreneurs. They let the campaigners have whatever funds they raise and out of the money the site earns from funding fees, 20% goes back into supporting campaigns and services for women business owners.
They also provide easy access to capital, coaching, creative, and connections to help women start and grow their ideas.
Find out more about iFundWomen


After Kickstarted Indiegogo is considered as the second-best site for crowdfunding, providing access to millions of funders across the globe. It provides entrepreneurs a stage to launch new and innovative products. They help surface innovations in tech, design, and much more, all before they go mainstream.
Utmost campaigns in Indiegogo are reward-based but you will also find options for equity investment.
Find out more about Indiegogo


Kickstarter is a huge universal community built with the mission to bring creative projects to life. Over 10 million people, from every continent on earth, have backed a Kickstarter project.  It focusses on creative projects with robust reward level feature, also your project needs to fall under one of Kickstarter’s curated categories, like arts, food and crafts, music, film and photography, games, and design and technology. Therefore the overall process is highly competitive. They pick the project very carefully to allow crowdfunding projects on the site.
Find out more about Kickstarter


Republic is an equity investing platform established in 2016. It was founded by alumni of AngelList, the world’s largest online investment platform for accredited investors. So the is full of the expert who is founders and investors, builders and operators. This fundraising site focuses on The United States startups, letting a majority of the US population to invest in startups. There is a 95% success rate for selected campaigns. Invest as little as $10 in private startups and earn a return if the startup succeeds.
So if you are a U.S based startup and have diverse organizations, leaders, and campaign then Republic is a perfect match for you.
Find out more about Republic


SeedInvest is a foremost equity crowdfunding platform, opening up access to venture capital and angel investing to everyone. SeedInvest is open for US-based businesses only. The selection process is highly competitive. So before you apply make sure you at least have a minimum viable product or prototype, proof of concept, and two or more team members.
If you succeed you’ll get access to both accredited and non-accredited investors for campaigns starting at $100,000.
Find out more about SeedInvest
The use of the Crowdfunding technique has become more relevant with the advent of social media and the associated increased use of the internet. Thus every social media user became a potential donor. As a result of this increase in crowdfunding’s popularity, there is a multitude of examples to draw from to get an accurate overview of the dynamics of crowdfunding.


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