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AMAZON PAYMENTS REACTIVATES APPS GENIUS CORP’S LGBT CROWDFUNDING WEBSITE GETGAYFUNDED.COM Website Re-Launches to Fund Projects for LGBT Community Causes
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After three weeks of ongoing dialog, GetGayFunded.com and Amazon Payments have reached a mutual agreement that has re-established Amazon Payments as the funding processor for LGBT projects listed...

Adam KotkinMar 14, 2013 02:40 pm GMT2672 views
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AMAZON PAYMENTS REACTIVATES  APPS GENIUS CORP’S LGBT CROWDFUNDING WEBSITE GETGAYFUNDED.COM  Website Re-Launches to Fund Projects for LGBT Community Causes
Amazon Payments Abruptly Shuts Down Service For Apps Genius Corp's LGBT Fundraising Site - GetGayFunded.com
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GetGayFunded.com, a crowdfunding website for the LGBT community, was effectively and unexpectedly shut down by Amazon Payments on Wednesday, said Adam Kotkin , chief executive officer of Apps...

Benjamin FosselFeb 21, 2013 10:51 pm GMT1892 views
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Amazon Payments Abruptly Shuts Down Service For Apps Genius Corp's LGBT Fundraising Site - GetGayFunded.com
Amazon to Halt Processing of Crowd-Funded eBook Access
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CEO Eric Hellman issued a statement today: “Amazon Payments has informed us that they will no longer process pledge payments for Unglue.it, forcing us to suspend all active ungluing campaigns.”...

Jason RobbinsAug 09, 2012 02:25 pm GMT1304 views
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Amazon to Halt Processing of Crowd-Funded eBook Access
Ebook site Unglue.it hits bump after Amazon ends crowdfunding payment support
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An Amazon spokesman says, “We support a wide variety of businesses, but we have regulatory obligations as a licensed money services business for how we operate. Unfortunately, Unglue.it’s model...

Benjamin FosselAug 09, 2012 10:34 pm GMT1189 views
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Ebook site Unglue.it hits bump after Amazon ends crowdfunding payment support
The Crowdfunding payment bottleneck – can BitCoin be a solution?
document Crowdfunding, Distributed Knowledge

This article will be to empirically determine whether using Bitcoin as a peer-peer currency payment option will help resolve the payment challenges being faced in Crowdfunding platforms. Payment...

Michael GebertMar 05, 2014 09:21 am GMT3740 views
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The Crowdfunding payment bottleneck – can BitCoin be a solution?
Amazon Mechanical Turk
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Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk) is a crowdsourcing Internet marketplace that enables users to co-ordinate the use of human intelligence to perform tasks which computers are unable to do. It is one...

Luis Enrique MoralesMar 20, 2011 06:08 am GMT8586 views
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Amazon Mechanical Turk
Kickstarter Coming to the U.K. this Fall
Crowdfunding

Kickstarter, the New York-based crowdfunding platform for creative projects, is coming to the United Kingdom this fall, the company announced via Twitter.

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Eric BlattbergJul 11, 2012 10:01 pm GMT3141 views
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@amazon stops processing #crowdfunding transactions for a new portal. Read a summary from @getLauncht.
blog Crowdfunding

The speculation about Amazon’s motivations is broad. Some of their statements point towards a shift towards not working with any new crowdfunding platforms. Other statements from them seem to point...

Freeman WhiteAug 13, 2012 04:40 pm GMT808 views
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@amazon stops processing #crowdfunding transactions for a new portal. Read a summary from @getLauncht.
The Story Of Lockitron: Crowdfunding Without Kickstarter
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In running an own ad-hoc crowdfunding campaign, Lockitron team knew that they needed to solve the same challenges inherent in Kickstarter’s model for running a hardware campaign. Their solution was...

Fiona MaresOct 08, 2012 01:23 am GMT1732 views
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The Story Of Lockitron: Crowdfunding Without Kickstarter
Kickstarter Launches in the U.K.
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Crowdfunding giant Kickstarter made its international debut today, officially launching in the United Kingdom. Previously, project creators based in the U.K. could only launch projects if they had a bank account and address in the U.S., perhaps through a friend of colleague. This is because Amazon Payments – the platform’s default payment processing company – does not support non-U.S. recipients.

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Anton RootOct 31, 2012 08:13 pm GMT2526 views
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A Crowdfunder's Guide to Payments

Here's a quick primer on what you need to know about the crowdfunding payment process from business writer Peter Kelly.

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Peter Kelly Apr 26, 2013 07:58 pm GMT4440 views
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Equity Crowdfunding Payment Processors
question Crowdfunding

Who will be the leaders in payment processing for equity crowdfunding? Appears Paypal and Amazon will not be participating. Who are the companies to watch?

Howard OrloffJan 24, 2013 07:21 pm GMT1970 views
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Equity Crowdfunding Payment Processors
Five Powerful Examples of Crowdsourcing Systems
document Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge

If two heads are better than one, what about a million heads. Crowdsourcing is distributing work to thousands and millions of workers, either for payment or volunteer service.

Luis Enrique MoralesDec 18, 2010 03:19 pm GMT3765 views
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Five Powerful Examples of Crowdsourcing Systems
Algorithmic Wage Negotiations: Applications to Paid Crowdsourcing
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The pioneer hagglebot is designed to negotiate over price with a worker at Amazon's Mechanical Turk (MTurk). Hagglebot can make offers, solicit counter-offers and make decisions about whether...

Adam FrazerMar 17, 2011 07:11 pm GMT1958 views
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Algorithmic Wage Negotiations: Applications to Paid Crowdsourcing
Write On! Choosing a Crowdfunding Site
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The difference between IndieGoGo and Kickstarter are as follows: 1. To receive contributions at the end of the campaign, you have to make or surpass your goal on Kickstarter (all or nothing),...

Tim SatterthwaiteApr 15, 2011 06:55 am GMT3226 views
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Write On! Choosing a Crowdfunding Site
Mechanical Turk, Low Wages, and the Market for Lemons

I recall a highly talked about presentation (although highly unconventional) by M. Six Silberman whereby he discussed the "Sellers' problems in human computation markets". The basic question: can we protect the workers there from exploitation and from sweatshop salaries? Luis von Ahn posted a similar post on his blog. In the comments of the blog post, someone suggested that the low wages on Mechanical Turk is simply the result of high supply of workers and low demand for their work however I argue that what Amazon Mechanical Turk is today is a market for lemons, following the terminology of Akerlof's famous paper, for which he got the 2001 Nobel prize.

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Panos IpeirotisApr 21, 2011 11:21 pm GMT6546 views
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Crowdsortium Symposium: Payment Issues
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This video features Natala Menezes, Senior Product Manager, Amazon; Michael Levinson, VP of Product, oDesk. Topics discussed include: identity verification, bitcoin, foreign and US regulations,...

Archenette EvangelioSep 28, 2011 01:22 am GMT2896 views
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Crowdsortium Symposium: Payment Issues
Does Lack of Reputation Help the Crowdsourcing Industry?

Can the lack of a public reputation system on Amazon Mechanical Turk be the reason behind the success of current crowdsourcing companies? My analysis points to this conclusion. Unfortunately, this "feature" also leads to a stagnating crowdsourcing market with limited growth potential.

A contentious issue about crowdsourcing, and specifically about Amazon Mechanical Turk, is that wages are very low. It is not uncommon to see effective wages of $1/hr, or even lower. Why is that???I have argued in the past that Mechanical Turk is an example of a ‘market for lemons’ — good workers are drowning in the anonymity of the crowd. Since the good workers cannot differentiate themselves from bad workers before working on a task, they are doomed to receive the same level of compensation as the bad workers.

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Panos IpeirotisNov 24, 2011 03:11 am GMT3440 views
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Payment systems
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Hello all. I have seen that Amazon and Paypal provide workable payment systems for crowdfunding sites. Are there any others that are currently being used or should be used? Thanks in advance for...

mustafa alrawiApr 05, 2012 06:20 am GMT3899 views
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Crowdsourcing and Crowdfunding Emerging Platform Roundup

New crowdsourcing and crowdfunding platforms continue to spring up with astonishing speed. They’re emerging so fast, in fact, that some get lost in the cracks. But don’t worry: we’ve compiled this week’s emerging platform news in one place so you can keep your finger on the pulse of all things crowdsourcing.

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Eric BlattbergJun 05, 2012 12:30 am GMT3781 views
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