Canonical beats Pebble as the biggest crowdfunding campaign ever, hitting $10.3m for the Ubuntu Edge
Canonical is still way off the pace with its Ubuntu Edge crowdfunding campaign the firm needs to raise more than $20 million in six days to meet its ambitious $32 million target but its still smashing records along the way.
The Ubuntu Edge, the smartphone made by UK-based Canonical, has received a second price drop in its $32 million crowdfunding campaign. For the remaining 14 days of its audacious Indiegogo campaign, the Edge will now cost $695 instead of its full price of $830.
Canonical’s Ubuntu Edge campaign has cleared another major step and passed the 25% mark for their crowd-funding campaign.Canonical is asking for record amount of money from the community, $32 million (€24 million).
At exactly 1:59 a.m. (CST) this early Thursday morning, Canonical’s attempt to raise US$32 million directly from end-users via a crowd-funding campaign for its Ubuntu Edge smartphone on Indiegogo came to an unsuccessful end.
Canonical has launched a $32 Million (€24M) campaign for Ubuntu Edge and the company managed to get past the 20% mark in just a few days.The campaign for the Ubuntu Edge superphone with its insane hardware characteristics has been driven, so far, by a few special perks that offered the buyers the phone at a discount.This part of the campaign is pretty much over, or at least there is no sign t
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