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Crowdfunding Vs Islamic Crowdfunding

Welcome to EthisCrowd.com Crash Course!
If you’re interested in learning more about Islamic Crowdfunding and what we do here at EthisCrowd.com, this is a great place to start! Our short videos will help you understand the basics of Crowdfunding and Islamic Crowdfunding.

We begin with “CF vs Islamic CF”, where brother Ahmad Sabree will explain how the two differ and how it can help YOU, the Ethical investor.

Islamic Crowdfunding VS Islamic Banking & Finance

In this video “Islamic CF vs IBF”, brother Ahmad Sabree elaborates more on Islamic Crowdfunding by discussing the role it plays in the Islamic Banking & Finance Industry.

Islamic Crowdfunding platforms such as EthisCrowd.com have opened up new and exciting opportunities. We allow a wider range of people to invest online in medium or short term investments and give them direct access to projects to invest in.
So is Islamic Crowdfunding disrupting the Islamic investment market? On the contrary, we believe that Islamic Crowdfunding is complementary to the Islamic Banking and Finance Industry.

Watch to find out why we believe Islamic Crowdfunding to be a positive force in shaking up Islamic Banking & Finance. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the topic so don’t hesitate to post your comments and share with your friends!

The 4 Types of Crowdfunding

Now that we have the basics of Crowdfunding down, it is time to delve deeper into this intriguing industry. How does the process work from the Crowd, to the project, the returns/payouts, and finally how does it all come back to you, The Crowd? In “The 4 Types of CF”, Ahmad Sabree explains the four types of Crowdfunding, and how they can be used to do good in society.

Watch to understand more on Charity Crowdfunding, Reward-Based Crowdfunding Equity Crowdfunding and P2P Crowdfunding.

Islamic P2P Crowdfunding

This video will focus completely on P2P Crowdfunding.
P2P Crowdfunding stands for peer-to-peer crowdfunding, meaning person to person. The way that people earn money through P2P is by giving their money to a project as a loan, and once income is generated, their money is returned with interest. So how does P2P Crowdfunding fit into Islamic Crowdfunding, given interest is completely prohibited in Islam?

Brother Ahmad Sabree will clarify all of this in this video. Through the use of a Murabahah Master Agreement, Ethis Ventures is leading the way in Shariah-compliant, interest-free P2P Crowdfunding. Watch to find out more!

Profit Sharing Crowdfunding Explained

This video will be on profit sharing crowdfunding and its use in Islamic Crowdfunding.

EthisCrowd.com uses profit sharing crowdfunding to finance its affordable housing projects. Funds received by EthisCrowd.com from the crowd are directed to affordable housing projects. Once the project is completed, the houses will be sold and revenue is generated.

To find out more on how everyone profits from the sale revenue, watch brother Ahmad Sabree explain the Mudharabah contract and how it is used in Islamic Finance to pursue various types of projects.

What is Profit Sharing Ratio and Return on Investment?

In this video, brother Ahmad Sabree explains some of the terminologies that we use at EthisCrowd.com for our campaigns. The two main terms to understand are: Profit Sharing Ratio and Return on Investment. Watch to find out more on how Profit Sharing Ratio is used in our Mudharabah Contracts, and why it underlies everything, even the return on Investment.