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CrowdFunding on theBlockchain, using NFTs

Using smart contract technology to build a safer, cheaper and global crowdfunding service - with a new NFT model.

Recent crowdfunders:

Tuple
Mirage
StaticKit
Transistor
Workcation

What makes CrowdFund NFT different?

Proof of participation

NFTs provide proof of participation to backers - so that their status as an early contributor, and claim to rewards are stored on the IC Blockchain.

Cheap and Global

Using the IC Blockchain allows for project creators to open up their crowdfunding round to a global audience, with cheap transaction fees and instant global payments.

Low risk

With Blockchain, the crowdfunding process can be run on smart contract - with tamperproof funds management systems to assure automatic triggers for reimbursements, fund releases and NFT disbursements.

Built on the Internet Computer

With the IC, our platform is hosted entirely on chain. From NFT assets, to our backend and frontend code - the platform is run entirely on decentralised systems. Other benefits of the IC include:

Reverse Gas Model

The IC runs on a reverse gas model, meaning no gas fees for users - simply a flat fee of 0.0001 ICP. This makes payments affordable, and reimbursements possible.

Inter-operability

Our platform can be easily integrated with other IC systems. We have partnered with PlugWallet, Entrepot and more to build a complete blockchain service.

Our Escrow Canister

We have built an escrow canister on the IC Blockchain, which manages all of the funds collection and disbursements for crowdfunding projects. It is a controller less (or blackhole) canister, that is both open-source and verifiable. This means there can be no tampering from the CrowdFund NFT team when it comes to funds. All tokens on the platform are collected, stored and distributed through smart contract technology. If you wish to check out our escrow canister code, have a look at our GitHub repo.

Our Team

A group of serial entrepreneurs, passionate about Web3 and funding new ventures