Crowd-funding has finally transformed from niche idea to mainstream concept. Credit for this surge in popularity can be thrown at the feet of Kickstarter and its contemporaries. Some highly publicized projects have raised millions of dollars within a few weeks, transforming idea into reality at lightning speed. These success stories make it easy to forget that projects don’t always go as planned. Many flop badly. But how, and why? Kickstarter intentionally makes failure a hard thought to stumble on, so we’ve set out to find some failed projects on our own.
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