CryptoFundr Launches Crowd Funding Platform for Pre-ICO Crypto and Blockchain Projects

United Arab Emirates, Dubai – 07-27-2019 ( — has announced the launch of their new crowdfunding platform for early stage cryptocurrency projects to raise money before they launch their official initial coin offering, initial exchange offering, or security token offering. The new site, which allows early stage investors to find new projects to contribute to in exchange for rewards set by the project developers, has already had over 100 crypto project investors sign up looking for campaigns to participate in. “Too many projects go into the ICO, IEO, or STO phase without having the proper financial backing to handle token sale campaigns, work on project development, employ proper marketing campaigns, get professional creatives, pay for necessary legal services, and hire the right team,” said Marcus Jennings, the lead developer of

“We launched CryptoFundr to provide pre-ICO crowdfunding solutions to cryptocurrency and blockchain projects that need to raise money before launching an ICO, IEO, STO, or other public token sale,” he added. Developers of early stage cryptocurrency and blockchain projects, as well as anyone interested in contributing to such projects, can sign up now at

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