Las Vegas, NV / ACCESSWIRE / June 19, 2014 / Dakshidin is pleased to announce plans to incorporate a Crowdfunding strategy to compliment its ongoing pursuit of more traditional funding efforts in order to assist the corporation in meeting its goals.
As information flows more freely for each successive generation, new methods of fundraising appear and cause the barriers to entry for early stage development and startup companies to decrease. As a result of the recent JOBS Act and the accompanying nudge from Capitol Hill, Crowdfunding is becoming much more universally recognized by the public and the company is positioning itself to take full advantage of these changes.
Dakshidin CEO J. Mark Seaton said “We love the fact that Crowdfunding has the ability to democratize the process of investing. A well developed Crowdfunding campaign is typically an extremely focused and goal oriented endeavor. We intend to put this to good use for the company and all of its shareholders as well as the global community”.
Crowdfunding will also allow entrepreneurs and investors to more intimately and actively share in the tasks at hand with respect to the project being funded. Dakshidin plans to use Crowdfunding along with its experience in the area of humanitarian aid to monetize the newly acquired bank card system from Tyburn Group as announced in the company’s press release of June 17, 2014.
More specifically, Dakshidin’s goal is to use Crowdfunding as a way to raise money to support very specific projects that address the urgent need for potable water in developing countries. The goal is not only to provide the means of providing clean water, but also the creation of a system that would allow an economy to form around the project, no matter how small. Ideally this would include a system for handling micro payments and loans.
This goal would also be supported by tying the card issuance in the U.S. as mentioned in the press release dated June 17, 2014, to vertical markets such as ethnic and immigrant communities in order to allow users to direct contributions to their homelands or wherever else they may choose.
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SOURCE: Dakshidin Corporation