New homepage with fancy animated video is now live at

We only spent about 2 years of (on and off) work on it, so don't expect perfection. ;)

Hopefully, we'll get around to writing blog post about it sometime soon.


Just watched the video, but still having trouble understanding *why* you would choose this model? I mean, if I'm prepared to donate $15/month to a project, why stop me from donating to it, just because a bunch of other people decided to start donating, raising the monthly above my limit? What's the benefit?


@Blort Final point here: The model is the everyone-matching-each-other. The budget limit isn't crowdmatching, it's just a cap for assurance.

If you're prepared today to donate $15 to a project, crowdmatching lets you *withhold* your donation and use it to incentivize many more people to join you to where it actually makes a difference.

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