Why "All or Nothing"?

We believe that the "all or nothing" mechanism is more transparent and brings additional security to backers.

The "all or nothing" rule encourages the project owner to request, on the one hand, the lowest possible sum of money in order to increase the chance of reaching the target, and, on the other hand, enough funds to execute the project. This good practice helps encourage self-regulation in project budgeting.

For example, if a project requires at least 5000 euros to be implemented but raises only 100 euros during the campaign, its implementation can be questioned, as well as the ability to provide the backer's rewards. In this case, the best option is to return the money raised to the backers.