New: View Kickstarter in Your Currency

Today we’re pleased to announce the ability for backers to see project goals and reward-tier amounts converted into the currency of their choice. With pledges coming from more than 175 countries — and nearly half of them made from outside the U.S. — this feature serves our growing community around the world. You’ll notice that…

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Get Your Perk Faster: Indiegogo and Ingram Micro Commerce Partner to Help Entrepreneurs with Fulfillment

You come to Indiegogo to discover the next innovative thing, whether it’s something for your smart home, the latest ebike or a quirky gift for your friend. One of the best parts of crowdfunding is that you get to be a part of the journey of something truly new and exciting every time you claim…

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Introducing the New Drip

In 2012, the record label Ghostly International launched Drip as a way for people to support musicians through subscriptions. Though niche, Drip was a pioneering service. You could see the potential. Almost two years ago, Drip became a part of Kickstarter instead of shutting down. Kickstarter is for projects, Drip is for people. Today we…

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Never ‘Saur a Dino This Smart: STEMosaur Wins $125k in Flash Funding from Arrow

STEMosaur is the latest Indiegogo campaign to win flash funding from Arrow as part of the Arrow Certification Program. A talking dinosaur toy is pretty cool on its own. But a talking dinosaur toy that a kid can build by themselves and code customizable content for? That’s way, way cooler. That’s the vision behind STEMosaur,…

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Welcoming Sarah Hromack and Jamie Wilkinson to Kickstarter

Today, I’m excited to announce two new leaders at Kickstarter in newly created roles. Sarah Hromack joined us six weeks ago as Kickstarter’s first-ever Chief Culture Officer, and Jamie Wilkinson joined us two weeks ago as our first-ever Chief Product Officer. Sarah and Jamie have both built distinguished careers working in service to artists and…

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Five New Orleans Filmmakers Launch Kickstarter Projects to Mark the City’s Tricentennial

Poet Sunni Patterson, the subject of the short film Artist in Exile This summer, Kickstarter joined forces with four film and artist support organizations in New Orleans — NOVAC, The New Orleans Film Society, #CreateLouisiana, and Film New Orleans — to form the New Orleans Tricentennial Story Incubator. The plan? To help bring to life…

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Celebrating Five Years of Kickstarter in the UK

Lucy Sparrow’s Cornershop, where everything’s made of felt. Five years ago today a Kickstarter team was supposed to be over in the UK celebrating our first international expansion. Unfortunately, Hurricane Sandy trapped them in a soggy New York. But the Kickstarter community in the UK quickly flourished regardless: In the last five years, 27,500 UK…

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Tech and Politics, Customizable Smart Beds & More: Our Weekly Press Briefing

  ICYMI we officially launched the Indiegogo Marketplace and Pop-up Store to the world. We’re putting our cleverest and funnest products all in one place to make the holiday season cleverer and more fun than ever. It’s awesome to see our team’s hard work recognized in Recode, Endgadget, PSFK, and more. Plus we have an adorable video starring…

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Rough Cut: Apply to Host a Work-in-Progress Screening at Kickstarter HQ

Making movies is tough, but thrilling. And there’s nothing more thrilling for filmmakers than to see the fruits of their labor in post-production and eventually on to festivals and distribution. But there are countless challenges along the way, and filmmakers must to be able to step out of the edit and see their work on…

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Rough Cut: Apply to Host a Work-in-Progress Screening at Kickstarter HQ

Making movies is tough, but thrilling. And there’s nothing more thrilling for filmmakers than to see the fruits of their labor in post-production and eventually on to festivals and distribution. But there are countless challenges along the way, and filmmakers must to be able to step out of the edit and see their work on…

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