Tomasz Kaye is creating Animations

Non-coercion, freed markets, critical thought.

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Who are you?

My name's Tomasz Kaye. I made the animations  George Ought to Help, Edgar the Exploiter, and You Can Always Leave. Right now I'm working on an animation explaining how Bitcoin works*.

What are you asking for and what do I get?

By joining the other patrons you'll be helping me to make animations promoting radically freed markets and the abolition of institutionalized threats of violence against peaceful people.

The response to my previous videos has convinced me that there's a significant audience out there who are curious and receptive to these ideas. See the videos popping up on facebook and twitter and have the satisfaction of knowing that you helped create them!

I expect to publish not more than one video every two months on average. You can pledge any amount, you're always free to cancel, and you can set a maximum monthly payout amount via the Patreon site to make sure you're never donating more than you can afford.

The cliché is true, every little helps. If you pledge $1 or more, apart from the satisfaction of knowing you're helping increase awareness of world-changing ideas, you also get to participate in the  activity feed of my Patreon account.

The activity feed is the first place I'll be embedding new videos once they're published to YouTube. Here you can join in discussions with myself and other patrons about the videos I've created (what worked, what didn't) and talk about which subjects I might deal with next.

I'll also be publishing technical posts explaining how I go about building my animations here. Again these posts will be available only to patrons.

Pledge to donate $20 per video and upon having funded your first video, I'll send you George Ought to Help pin badge; advertise your commitment to non-coercion!
Pledge to donate $30 per video and upon having funded your first video, I'll send you a  lenticular animated card featuring a character from one of my animations (tilt the card and the character appears to move!)

Pledging $200 means that your name (or the name of your organisation) will be included in the end credits of any new videos you help to fund, along with a web address if applicable.


If you pledge $1000 or more, the end credits of videos that you fund will include your organisation's logo and url. You'll also receive an invite to the private premiere of any videos you fund.

Traditional crowd-funding was working, so why use Patreon?

I've funded previous videos through individual  crowd-funding campaigns. Setting up an attractive campaign costs a good deal of time and energy. To the extent that my Patreon campaign is successful, I can avoid that extra overhead and dedicate more of my time to making videos that I think will make a difference in the world.

 

Apart from becoming a patron, can I help in some other way?

It would be fantastic if you  shared this page to your networks. Thanks in advance for your help!

* I'm working on a video series called Bitcoin For The Intelligent Layperson. These videos are already fully funded, so Patreon funders will not be debited when these are published.
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