Kickstarter is a crowdfunding website where projects can be funded by third parties. Kickstarter has collected more than a billion dollars from 5.7 million users for 135,000 projects such as movies, shows, video games and gadgets. With this guide you will learn how to login on Kickstarter to participate in projects or post your own projects.
Kickstarter login instructions
You can browse through the projects without signing in on the website but if you wish to participate or create your own projects, you will need to create a free Kickstarter account. Logged in users can also create a reminder for a project 48 hours before to project stops. Creating an account on Kickstarter is easy. Just click on the Sign up button on the frontpage and enter all the required information on the sign up page.
To sign in your profile, follow these steps:
- With your browser open, go to www.kickstarter.com.
- Click on the Log in button in the top right corner.
- You will now be send to the login page of Kickstarter where you can sign in with your email and your password.
- All you have to do is enter your email and your password in the login fields and click on the Log me in button to sign in on your account.
Kickstarter Facebook login
You can also use your Facebook account to sign in on Kickstarter. To do this, on the login page click on the blue Log in with Facebook button. Next give Kickstarter permission to access your Facebook account to finish the login process.
It can happen that you can’t access your account anymore. If this happens, try resetting your password to solve this problem. You can reset your password by going to the login page and clicking on the Forgot password? button below the login field. You should see a new pop-up asking for your email-address. Enter this information and click on Continue. After that just follow the instructions to reset your password.
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Kickstarter was launched on April 28, 2009 by Perry Chen, Yancey Strickler and Charles Adler. The site was praised by newspapers and magazines for it’s concept. Time called it one of the best inventions of 2010 and one of the best websites of 2011. The site had a starting capital of $ 10 million, collected from donors. The headquarters was located in the Lower East Side in Manhattan.
Andy Baio was the technical director of the site until his departure in 2010, and Lancy Ivy the founding head developer. On February 14, 2013 an app was released for the iPhone.