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    Is it inappropriate to crowdfund for yourself?

    Is it inappropriate to crowdfund for yourself?

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    Of course not, especially if you have a serious need. A lot of individuals raise money to help pay for medical bills or to raise money for higher education. And in my opinion it takes a lot of guts to ask for help, so I honor their bravery.

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    If you have a legitimate reason to, I don't see why not. The question is what a legitimate reason is.

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    Yes, it could be. There so many stories how personal crowdfunding helped to stay alive or get a good education. It depends on the reason you are going to launch your campaign.
    But if you want to get money for your vacation , you still have chances to get them. Maybe because of your honesty, maybe because of sympathy.
    Be creative! Good luck!

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    I don't think so, not if it is a serious need or cause regarding that individual. Although a crowdfund for someones leisure would be inappropriate.

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    I wouldn’t use the word inappropriate. I would say that crowdfunding for yourself is frowned upon.

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    It's not necessary, but having a team can give potential donators more confidence.

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    Thank you for allowing me this amazing opportunity to share our system with you. We crowdfund with the most valuable currency on the planet today - Bitcoin!

    I have started with a one-time cost of $50.00 to get into this system. And, and have crowdfunded more than 1.5 Bitcoin (a little more than $6000.00), as I continue to get Bitcoin every month from this Bitcoin crowdfunding system.

    I would love to share and show this crowdfunding system to anyone interested.

    Please let me know!! Thank you!

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    Of course not, especially if you have a serious need. A lot of individuals raise money to help pay for medical bills or to raise money for higher education. And in my opinion it takes a lot of guts to ask for help, so I honor their bravery.

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    Just to clarify - I take it crowdfunding to start a business, or get something off the ground is a different matter, even though ultimately you will ultimately be a benefactor?

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