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Top 10 Platforms for Crowdfunding in Crypto

Crowdfunding has become an increasingly popular way to raise money for new projects and businesses. In the past, crowdfunding platforms have been limited to traditional fiat currencies, but the rise of cryptocurrency has opened up a new world of possibilities for crowdfunding.

There are now a number of crowdfunding platforms that allow users to raise and invest in projects using cryptocurrency. These platforms offer a variety of benefits, including:

  • Transparency: Cryptocurrency transactions are transparent and public, which can help to reduce fraud and abuse.
  • Global reach: Cryptocurrency is global, which means that crowdfunding projects can be funded by people from all over the world.
  • Speed and efficiency: Cryptocurrency transactions are fast and efficient, which can help to speed up the crowdfunding process.

If you are considering launching a crowdfunding project in crypto, or if you are an investor looking to invest in crypto crowdfunding projects, here are the top 10 platforms to check out:

  1. Kickstarter

Kickstarter is one of the most popular crowdfunding platforms in the world. In 2021, Kickstarter announced that it would be moving to the blockchain in 2022. Kickstarter funds a wide range of projects, including creative, technological, and social impact projects.

  1. Gitcoin

Gitcoin is a platform that allows users to fund open source software development projects. Gitcoin has a strong focus on transparency and community involvement.

  1. Wefunder

Wefunder is an equity crowdfunding platform that allows investors to invest in startups. Wefunder has a rigorous due diligence process and a track record of success.

  1. StartEngine

StartEngine is another equity crowdfunding platform that allows investors to invest in startups. StartEngine also has a rigorous due diligence process and a track record of success.

  1. Meridio

Meridio is a platform that allows users to invest in real estate projects using cryptocurrency. Meridio offers a variety of investment options, including fractional ownership and debt financing.

  1. Koinify

Koinify is a platform that allows game and app developers to raise funds by issuing their own cryptocurrency. Koinify has a team of experienced advisors from Ripple, Oracle, Stanford, and other fintech companies.

  1. RealBlocks

RealBlocks is a platform that allows users to invest in real estate using blockchain technology. RealBlocks offers a variety of investment options, including fractional ownership and tokenized REITs.

  1. QuantumRE

QuantumRE is a platform that allows users to invest in real estate projects using cryptocurrency. QuantumRE offers a variety of investment options, including fractional ownership and debt financing.

  1. Brickblock

Brickblock is a platform that allows users to invest in real-world assets, such as real estate and exchange-traded funds, using cryptocurrency. Brickblock tokenizes assets and offers investors liquidity and transparency.

  1. SeedInvest

SeedInvest is an equity crowdfunding platform that allows investors to invest in startups. SeedInvest has a rigorous due diligence process and a track record of success.


Desico is a platform that allows users to invest in security tokens. Security tokens are a new type of asset that represents ownership or rights in a company or asset. Desico is the first platform to issue and trade security tokens in full compliance with the law.


Crowdfunding in crypto is a new and growing industry. There are a number of different platforms to choose from, each with its own unique features and benefits. It is important to do your research before choosing a platform to use.

When choosing a crowdfunding platform, there are a few key factors to consider:

  • Types of projects funded: Some platforms focus on specific types of projects, such as creative projects or technology projects. Others fund a wider range of projects.
  • Investment fees: Most crowdfunding platforms charge investors a fee. The amount of the fee varies depending on the platform.
  • Due diligence process: Some platforms have a rigorous due diligence process, while others have a more relaxed process. It is important to choose a platform with a due diligence process that you trust.
  • Track record: It is important to choose a platform with a track record of success. This means that the platform has been able to help projects raise money and achieve their goals.
  • Community support: Some crowdfunding platforms have a strong community of investors and entrepreneurs. This can be a valuable resource for both project creators and investors.

I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

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