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Introducing Subscription Billing with Trial Periods

Posted in Features by Nathan

IgnitionDeck now offers subscription billing with support for trial periods when using our Stripe or PayPal gateways. You can use this feature to deliver almost any type of media, such as audio, video, podcasts, industry news, etc.

Automatically Hide Failed Projects

Posted in Features by Nathan

IgnitionDeck Enterprise users can now automatically hide failed projects from view on their crowdfunding platform. This free setting was introduced with IgnitionDeck Crowdfunding 1.6.91.

Cover Fees and Collect Donations on Checkout

Posted in Features by Nathan

We first released the Fee Mods module as a way to offer custom platform fees on a per-project basis. This has been a huge help for those platforms that seek to charge fees on a flexible basis. However, after spending some time speaking to and accepting feedback from our very active IgnitionDeck Enterprise user base, we learned that this wasn’t enough….

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Introducing IgnitionDeck Helix

Posted in Features by Nathan

IgnitionDeck Helix is a smooth, smart, and sexy supplement to the default WordPress admin bar, featuring dynamic menus, user management, custom messaging, and integrations with both IgnitionDeck and WooCommerce.

IgnitionDeck Now Integrates with reCAPTCHA

Posted in Features by Nathan

There are few greater frustrations than trying to fight off spam registrations from bots. They not only clog your inbox and notification queues, but they can also deal significant damage to your web platform, especially if it’s running on a shared host with limited resources. As bots ping your registration form, the traffic will result in dozens of database calls…

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Buy into Bitcoin with IgnitionDeck

Posted in Features by Nathan

When we released our Coinbase integration for IgnitionDeck, Bitcoin (BTC) was valued at just $500. During this time, cryptocurrencies were a novelty to all but evangelists, and as a result, adoption of the integration hit an early peak, and then flattened out over the next several months. Since that date, Coinbase has continued to iterate on their toolset, creating one…

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New Theme Spotlight: Settlement Fundraising Theme

Posted in Features by Nathan

When we launched IgnitionDeck in 2011, rewards-based crowdfunding was all the rage, largely thanks to sites like Kickstarter and Rockethub (now defunct). Later, the Enterprise model became popular, at which point we built IgnitionDeck Enterprise so that people could use our product to build a white label crowdfunding platform of their own. We eventually acquired Fundify to bolster that product,…

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AffiliateWP for IgnitionDeck

Posted in Features by Shawn

Less than a month ago, we unveiled several new commerce and crowdfunding features for IgnitionDeck, including a brand new simplified front-end submission module.  Today, we’re excited to announce yet another addition to the module library, which features an oft-requested integration with AffiliateWP, the best and most popular commission tracking software for WordPress. Once activated, this module allows you to track…

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Improved Caching, Simple FES, and Auto-Approve Projects

Posted in Features by Shawn

As the leader in WordPress Crowdfunding, we’ve been working very hard to iterate, add new features, and ensure that our product’s release cycle matches the pulse of the current fundraising market. If you look at the pace of recent releases, you’ll see that major version updates are being released faster than ever. Unfortunately, we’ve been so busy building new updates that we haven’t had…

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Feature Spotlight: Custom Avatar

Posted in Features by Shawn

We’re excited to announce that as of version 1.7.1, IgnitionDeck Commerce now provides the option for users to upload custom avatars via their front-end dashboard. Our avatar editor takes advantage of standard WordPress filters, which means that custom avatars will take effect globally, and can easily be modified via WordPress’ filters and hooks. Yes, that means no more extra plugins, and no more…

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