Are you in need of funding for your project but can't seem to find it?
Have you tried everything you possibly could to get the clout you need for your start up business but seem to fall short due to the overpricing and fees that go along with crowdfunding? Have you tried Fund Yourself Now?
Fund Yourself Now is a new crowdfunding site that utilizes crypto-currency and advanced technology. While there are other crowdfunding sites to pick from, Fund Yourself Now offers low transaction fees, milestone based payment, and social ratings to get your project, product, or idea noticed quickly.
What Is Fund Yourself Now?
According to Who.is, www.FundYourselfNow.com was registered on March 27, 2016, and updated on February 23, 2017. The site is set to private however, the website does offer a list of people who claim to be a part of Fund Yourself Now.
Leading the helm is Jack Ser. According to the site, Mr. Ser is the Founder of Fund Yourself Now. The bio that is on the website states that Mr. Ser runs several establishments in Singapore. He also provides IT design and solutions for businesses and has 10 years experience in management consulting.
The second in command is Kenneth Tan who is listed as the Fund Yourself Now Co-Founder. According to his bio, he also has 10 years of experience in design, mobile app development, and eCommerce platforms. The site states that he likes helping startups.
The website goes on to list the Solution Architect, Venkat Krishnan, and the UX Designer, Charlene Bautista.
You can find out more about the team and all who are involved at Fund Yourself Now website.
There doesn't seem to be any products available for sale on the site from Fund Yourself Now. You will find that the site and company are still in the pre-launch stages and won't be fully functional until June 2017.
Although the site does mention “tokens” that can be purchased. These are digital currencies. According to the site, they have a token supply of 10 million. The site also states that if Fund Yourself Now does not meet its funding budget, all money invested will be refunded to the investors and the unsold tokens will be locked in a contract until a second ICO is performed to raise additional capital.
Fund Yourself Opportunity
It would seem that Fund Yourself Now is looking for investors. If you choose to become an investor you are looking at earning 20% initially and then decreasing to 5% after 6 years. The site doesn’t explain much in terms of how it will help startup companies. Nor does it explain the fees involved should you sign up for their help. It could all be due to the fact that the site is still in pre-launch or it could be a miscommunication due to the site owners language barriers. Either way, there seems to be an opportunity to make money, but Fund Yourself Now doesn’t go into much detail on how you will earn.
There is a lot of miscommunication going on with this site. The first thing that you notice is that the site is set up to be a crowdsourFund Yourself Nowcing site. The idea of helping small businesses and companies get off the ground. But then by the middle of the home page, everything has been flipped and the site begins to talk about tokens and investors.
Another thing you will notice is the grammar used throughout the site. Considering that the founders and team members are not native English speakers, this makes sense. However, it also adds to the confusion of what the site is really about. You start to wonder if it is for small business owners who need a hand and looking for funding or if it is trying to find investors to fund the site. It all starts getting really jumbled after the segment on whom the team is.
If the site would stick to one thing, then it would be worth checking out. Unfortunately, since it is trying to get both investors and startup businesses the lines of communication go down fast. Plus, the site mentions that there are transaction fees and ways to earn but doesn’t really get into detail about it.
If you are looking for a crowdfunding site, you may want to hold off on signing up for Fund Yourself Now. The site has a lot of work to do before its initial launch in June. So maybe by that time, all the wrinkles will be ironed out and the site will be more coherent.