Do We Need A Secondary Market For Crowdfunded Projects?

Do We Need A Secondary Market For Crowdfunded Projects?
technology

TinyLightBulbs aims to pick up where sites like Kickstarter leave off - helping crowdfunded projects that have become a reality now gain scale. Does this business model indicate the need for an intermediary market?

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 23 march 2012

Earlier this week, we caught wind of TinyLightBulbs, an online marketplace that hosts post-crowdfunded projects. These are the kind of independent projects that successfully gain initial funding to bring the idea to reality, but that still need additional help to gain scale. According to TinyLightBulbs:

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