There’s one catch: 20 minutes after a game starts, the galaxy is destroyed by a supernova. Time loops back on itself, and the game begins again. All of the footage here is from the alpha version of the game. Most comes from Polygon’s own playthrough from March of this year, while a few… No, Kickstarter is not considering equitycrowdfunding WRITTEN by Charlie Hall on August 18, 2015 With today’s launch of Fig, a dedicated video games crowdfunding platform that offers an equity investment option for backers, Polygon reached out to Kickstarter to find out if it had plans to compete in the same space. Kickstarter’s answer? It doesn’t. “Kickstarter has no plans to offer equity crowdfunding,” a Kickstarter representative wrote Polygon. “Kickstarter’s mission is to help bring creative projects to life, and we welcome more options for creators.” We also asked them about potentially losing Obsidian Entertainment, inXile Entertainment and Double Fine Productions as… What if Kickstarter let you profit from a game’s success?
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Locating Advice On Logical Methods Of Crowdfunding
The investment crowdfunding space is on fire growing by more than 1000% a year. Within real estate alone, total investment is projected to hit $2.5 billion by the end of December. Meanwhile, FinTech has become glorified as a revolution in finance ready to take down Wall Street. Its true technology crowdfunding can and will cut costs, increase transparency, and deliver improved performance, especially compared to the fat margins of Wall Street.
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