Future Tense Secure Systems (FTC) announced Thursday that it has acquired an equity stake in QiKfunder.com. QiKfunder is stated to be a security and privacy-minded crowdfunding company.
The company says it brings ideas to life with the community’s help. They offer fundraising solutions for social, community cause, equity, and real estate ventures.
“Qikfunder offers the best security and best approach of any of the crowdfunding outfits,” said John McAfee, founder of FTC. “I am always interested in helping and growing new tech start-ups and ideas. Qikfunder’s goal is to make fundraising accessible to everyone. Their evolutionary ideas definitely got my attention.”
“The crowdfunding industry is growing and evolving daily. In staying one step ahead, we have embraced the cryptocurrency community and are now accepting Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin as additional forms of payment,” explains Blake Fabiani, co-founder of QiKfunder.
“QiKfunder offers various features such as support for multiple languages, a unique Sliding Scale funding model, and more. Through our Fund it Back program, campaigners have an opportunity to give back to the non-profit community while promoting their project.”
FTC is a software development company offering mobile and web applications with security and privacy. It is founded by software executive John McAfee, founder of McAfee Anti-Virus.