IgnitionDeck Documentation

Funding Type Options

IgnitionDeck Enterprise offers five funding type choices for projects submitted via the front-end submission form:

  • Immediately Deliver Funds: (also known as fixed funding), processes payments immediately
  • 100% Threshold: (also known as pre-authorization), takes payment information, but does not actually process the payment until the funding goal is reached.
  • Immediately Deliver Funds + 100%: project creators will be able to choose between the two when submitting a project.
  • Immediately Deliver Funds + Subscription: project creators can choose between one-time payments from supporters or recurring payments. Recurring payments can be set to weekly, monthly, or yearly.
  • All: project creators can choose which of the three types of funding they wish to use, on a per-project basis.

By default, the front-end submission form will use the immediately deliver funds option, but this can be easily changed via the IgnitionDeck Commerce (IDC) Crowdfunding settings at IDC > Crowdfunding, where you can choose between the funding types available to front-end project creators.


Should you make a mistake or need to change the funding type for a project after it has been submitted, you can do so by going to IDC‘s main settings screen and selecting the product from the dropdown menu in Product Settings section.

Note: Since IgnitionDeck Commerce is also an e-commerce solution for selling products outside of a crowdfunding scenario, the terminology for the funding options is slightly different on this screen.

  • Order = Immediately Deliver funds.
  • Pre-Order = 100% Theshold
  • License Type: Recurring = Subscription