The Crowdfunding Site That Lets You Sell Shares in Your Videogame or Movie | WIRED


Mike Merrill was the world’s first publicly traded person. In 2008, he started selling shares in his life for $1 a pop.

That means he’s uniquely qualified to run his new startup, Chroma Fund, which lets you IPO your own media projects, including indie video games, films, or any other endeavor you think could make a buck. You can’t IPO yourself, but you can IPO your creativity—which is pretty close.

Source: www.wired.com

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