Jack Ser (left) and Kenneth Tan of FundYourselfNow. They say the platform also allows milestone-based funding, where backers can delay or stop further payments if agreed targets are not met.
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A HOMEGROWN startup is betting on cryptocurrency crowdfunding as the next fintech vogue. It has created a platform to allow entrepreneurs to raise funds for their projects using virtual currencies such as Bitcoin or Ethereum, instead of regular currency.