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Kickstarter Zano asks for clarification fails million project
Kickstarter, the team of Zano asked to clarify how the million project could fail. Last week it was announced by a brief message that the project for the intelligent mini drone is not feasible.
Zano drone All the backers of the project have Zano from Kickstarter received an email. The organization wrote to therein are extremely frustrated with the failure of the Zano project. Kickstarter says the bad news in the same way as it has received the backers’ means a scant project update. In the email, the company says that they have urged the originators of the project two weeks ago to communicate better, but that would have been no more than a fleeting reaction.
Kickstarter allows donors now know that another e-mail was sent to Zano, which the company refers to the duties the project. One of those requirements is to communicate openly and transparently about what happened with the project. If a project fails, account must be taken of the costs incurred and money that must be repaid over the backers. Kickstarter requires team Zano that appears later than Monday, November 30th a statement. If that statement is not forthcoming, Kickstarter will own research into Zano put the project in motion. What exactly this means is not yet clear, but Kickstarter writes that the findings will be shared with donors.
Last week it became known that Kickstarter project Zano, which converted 3.35 million picked for the development of a small autonomous intelligent drone failed. This was announced in a brief status update, where the government said the project both technically and commercially and financially not feasible.
Kickstarter emphasized in the e-mail that the failure of a project is possible and that open communication may be an unfortunate but acceptable outcome. A failed project, without honesty and transparency, the organization sees as unacceptable. This category Kickstarter seems to endorse the Zano project currently. The erectors of the project can therefore no longer start other projects on the crowdfunding website.Viewing:-157
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