Everyone has a talent or a big idea they would like to take to the next level.
This is the motto put forward by CreckJack, a new social crowdfunding platform for content creators. It appeals to all possible types of craftsmen and creative people: musicians, visual artists, designers, photographers, youtubers, and much more. On the other hand, it grants an even broader audience with access to a rich depository of creative content.
What makes CreckJack different from Kickstarter?
- With CreckJack, artists may get funded even without having a single project. Instead, they are encouraged to collect money for supporting their talents.
- No time limits for crowdfunding campaigns.
- Premium content for sponsors.
- A unique mix of social and crowdfunding platform with simple and user-friendly design.
How does it work?
The idea is simple:
- Artists create profiles allowing them to attract funds from their fans, who become sponsors. They share content via CreckJack network, setting different visibility levels for their posts: public and sponsors-only.
- Sponsors get access to artists’ premium posts and receive personal rewards from them, including lessons, hangouts, and invitations for events.
Our mission is to support content creators, we strive to connect creative minded people and everybody who cares about interesting, unique and creative things.
Dima is CreckJack’s CEO. He is 24 years old now, was born and grew up in Vinnytsya, Ukraine. In 2012, Dima moved to Toronto, where he finished Business Department in Centennial College and co-founded CreckJack a year on.
Nick is a 21-year-old technical co-founder who moved to Toronto from Irkutsk, Russia, in 2011. There, he studied programming in Centennial College.
The CreckJack concept originated in February 2013. The founders started the development of the idea in Spetember 2013, and the official startup launch date is November 25, 2013.
Alpha release coming soon
CreckJack’s team gets ready for the two major milestones this year:
Alpha release will most likely come about by the end of May 2015. Beta release is scheduled for early fall 2015.
Can’t wait for CreckJack to launch officially? Then, you have two options: subscribe for opening to be notified via email as soon as the platform is released or apply for alpha testing to get early access to CreckJack’s features and help to make the service better.
Go to CreckJack’s official website for details: www.creckjack.com