Rock Springs, WY (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
YourStreet.com announces the launch of its open beta online platform where individuals can fund any investment project, invention, or idea and charities and sponsorships can create a campaign to raise funds for their causes. The company encourages project owners to list their projects for free during the beta phase.
YourStreet represents a unique variation on popular crowdfunding sites where people can allocate their money to projects, ideas, inventions, and even charities that speak to their interests, beliefs, and needs. The platform is divided into three categories, each designed to serve a specific YourStreet user.
Those seeking investment opportunities or looking to attract investors enter the “Invest” area of the website. Those with targeted funding goals for ideas, inventions, patents, or products and those looking to fund an idea can visit the “Contribute” section of YourStreet.com. And those seeking to raise funds or donate to a charitable cause can use YourStreet’s “Assist” area.
“Whether an investment or project owner, or someone looking to assist others financially in the pursuit of their goals, our goal is put people in control of their own futures,” remarks YourStreet founder Ryan Greene.
YourStreet.com is fully functional during its open beta testing phase and project owners are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to list projects for free during this time. After the beta phase, YourStreet will continue to offer a highly competitive pricing model for all participants.
To take part in the beta launch and list an investment, innovation, or charitable project for free, visit http://www.YourStreet.com.
YourStreet links opportunities of any size to an online community of interested and motivated investors, contributors, and donors. The platform allows individuals to fund any investment project, invention, or idea and charities and sponsorships to raise funds for their causes. At YourStreet, investors use the powerful search tool to discover opportunities. Contributors find ideas waiting to happen and can pledge funds to help rising projects succeed. Donors and sponsors can follow their hearts to find charities and sponsorships, complete with detailed descriptions of how the pledged money will be used for a worthwhile cause. Learn more and join at http://www.YourStreet.com.