On the 7th day of July this year, the group that intends to support bitcoin cash (BCH) adoption through its services declared the launch of a new service called Akari-Pages, a free self-hosted bitcoin cash fundraiser micro-site creator.
Micro-Sites For BCH-Fueled Fundraising
The pages are easy and quick to customize and it provides micro-funding using BCH, open-ended campaigns, goal levels, and progress percentages. Moreover, Akari highlights the service has zero fees, and the protocol is an open source.
“We’ve made some enhancements to Akari-Pay too included in the bundle, now you can set all the details of your fundraising page, change the colors, add logos and banners, include links, add extra Imgur links, set goal-levels and set goal amounts, see live progress bars, set your bitcoin cash wallet receiving address.”
Meanwhile, a similar application called Lighthouse.cash first built by Mike Hearn and has been revived by an anonymous developer who then ported it over from BTC to work with bitcoin cash. Lighthouse.cash is a decentralized fundraising platform as well that uses simplified smart contracts, plus it is also free of charge.