[KwartzLab] An Open-Source Oscilloscope!
cbruner at quadro.net
Fri Jun 8 11:17:57 EDT 2012
But if you go to kickstarter there are all sorts of projects with
Canadian addresses. These are all done by American's living in Canada?
On 6/8/2012 7:51 AM, doug moen wrote:
> American citizens living in Canada can do Kickstarter projects, as
> long as they maintain an American presence to satisfy the rules. There
> is still IndieGogo.
> Am I eligible to start a Kickstarter project?
> To be eligible to start a Kickstarter project, you need to satisfy the
> requirements of Amazon Payments:
> Be a US resident and at least 18 years of age with a social security
> number (or EIN), a US bank account, US address, US state-issued ID
> (driver’s license), and major US credit or debit card.
> Please note that anyone, anywhere (with a major credit card) can
> pledge to Kickstarter projects.
> We’re working hard to open up to more countries. If you’ve been
> waiting, we really appreciate your patience.
> On 8 June 2012 07:17, Jonathan Lamothe<jonathan at jlamothe.net> wrote:
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>> On 12-06-08 01:08 AM, Chris Bruner wrote:
>>> I've seen Canadian Kickstarter projects. This one here is Toronto
>>> On 6/8/2012 12:02 AM, Michael Dunn wrote:
>>>> They don't "support" Canada, do they?
>> This must be a recent development, then. Last I checked, you couldn't
>> have a kickstarter project pay out to Canada, although you could
>> donate from Canada.
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>> Jonathan Lamothe
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