GitCom Alternatives

    GitCom is described as 'platform to monetize open source more efficiently, we believe that it's hard to sustain open source project (especially small/medium-sized) on donations only, that's why we offer developers multiple ways to get financial support for their open source projects' and is a Crowdfunding Service in the Development category. There are more than 10 alternatives to GitCom for a variety of platforms, including Online / Web-based, SaaS, Android, iPhone and Self-Hosted solutions. The best alternative is Liberapay, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like GitCom are Patreon (Paid), Open Collective (Freemium, Open Source), Ko-fi (Freemium) and BountySource (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Sep 1, 2021

    1. Liberapay is a way to donate money recurrently to people whose work you appreciate. Liberapay does not take a cut of payments, recipients get the full face value. The service is funded by the donations to its own account.
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    2. In 2013, YouTube musician Jack Conte was looking for a solution to his problem: millions of people loved his videos, but only hundreds of dollars were hitting his bank account.
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    3. Finances management.
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    4. Ko-fi is the fast, friendly, 0% fee way to ask fans to support your work for the price of a coffee. Coffee's just a metaphor (You don’t have to buy actual coffee!). Donations - Receive donations directly from your fans with 0% platform fees.
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    5. BountySource is a funding platform for open-source bugs and features. Anyone can can post a monetary bounty on an open source project's issues (currently only projects hosted on Github are supported), encouraging other developers to come and work on a solution.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Online
      Gitcoin is the easiest way to leverage the open source community to incentivize or monetize work.
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    6. The Bounties Network empowers humans to incentivize and self-organize, from freelancing to grassroots social action, and anything in between.
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    7. A crowdfunding platform where users can sponsor outstanding issues in open source projects and earn bounties by resolving them. How it works: 1. Fund an issue: Help improve tools people use everyday. Anyone can create an issue, and add bounties to it.
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Online
      • Self-Hosted
      • Bitcoin
      Contribute to Open Source, donate bitcoins to open source projects or make commits and get tips for it. How does it work? People donate bitcoins to projects. When someone's commit is accepted into the project repository, we automatically tip the author.
      • FreeProprietary
      • Online
      The CanYa Ecosystem The decentralised serviceplace for the world, built using decentralised Web3 Technology. WHAT IS CANYA?
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