Founded in 2010, crowdsourcing.org, is a neutral professional association dedicated solely to crowdsourcing and crowdfunding. As one of the most influential and credible authorities in the crowdsourcing space, crowdsourcing.org is recognized worldwide for its intellectual capital, crowdsourcing and crowdfunding practice expertise and unbiased thought leadership.
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Duolingo’s language learning platform is, of course, very useful to many people who want to travel, study, or work abroad. But unless they can prove their proficiency, their efforts can go unnoticed. That’s why over the summer, Duolingo launched Test Center, a new site and app that allows users to certify their knowledge of the English language. The service will cost $20 (while it’s in beta, it’s free), around a tenth of the price of the TOEFL, Duolingo says.
In this Crowd Coffee: the perils of crowdfunding a beer; why asking your friends to crowdfund a vacation may be impolite; why Uber should open up its passenger ratings; a crowdsourcing and crowdfunding platform opens in Kansas; and more.
Adam Stone, CEO of Speedlancer, an Australian crowdsourcing platform, writes in to discuss two problems in the crowdsourcing industry, namely the lack of experienced workers and fairness, and how his company aims to solve them.
In this Crowd Coffee: sharing economy's organized workers; Texas Securities Board approves equity crowdfunding rules; Chaordix creates a crowdsourcing community for higher education; and more.
Folio Investing has a lofty goal: it wants to make the management of private securities as simple as public ones. If the company succeeds, it can have drastic effects on the private placement and the emerging equity crowdfunding industries by filling a number of clear needs.