The Daily Dig for Sunday, May 11

Searching for a tie-in between the articles in today’s Daily Dig and Mother’s Day was fruitless, so here is today’s edition without further comment.

Finance talent choosing alternative finance careers

More and more university graduates are putting their education to work in socially beneficial ways, reports Liling Tan.

First pot, now Bitcoin…

A Colorado politician is accepting Bitcoin donation.  Jared Polis is well-versed in all things tech and has been working on this for some time, according to Rachel Abrams.

Publishizer – crowdfunding for authors

One of the first entrepreneurs to recognize crowdfunding’s vertical potential was Publishizer’s Guy Vincent, who recognized the potential of a space focusing solely on publishing.  J. Angelo Racoma profiles Mr. Vincent.

Investors see crowdfunding as more than just money

A successful crowdfunding campaign provides validation of the concept, which in turn makes investment more likely, Cameron Fuller discovers.

Kickstarter faces more flak for deceitful projects

Disappointing responses several supporters received from Kickstarter about scampaigns on the site prompted Varun Aggarwal to investigate what other sites do to combat fraud.  Here is what he discovered.

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