Drip by Kickstarter is now being rebooted as a new way for backers to support interesting projects from their favorite creators. While Drip was integrated with Kickstarter a few years ago, it has now been completely redone to help people support artists, authors, game designers, musicians and filmmakers and more.
With the relaunch of Drip by Kickstarter, the crowdfunding platform notes that it has seen the success of tools like Flattr, Patreon, and Steady, but created Drip specifically for "large groups of artists and creators who don’t see subscriptions as fitting their creative practices."
With Drip, a subscriber is able to access newly released work, experiences, behind-the-scenes content and more as a means of connecting more closely to an inspiring creator on the crowdfunding site. Unlike Kickstarter campaigns that allow creators to project-based funds, Drip makes it possible for fans to offer ongoing support.
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