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Ainste™ - The new style of the modern wallet.

A project in Lynnwood, WA by Ryan
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A new style of wallets like never before. With Ainste wallets, you will experience a different and creative twist to ordinary things.
Backers: 2420
Average Pledge Per Backer: $36

Funded: $86,748 of $15,000
Dates: Dec 17th -> Jan 23rd (37 days)
Project By: Ryan
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Latest News

Another Area Where There's Tremendous Innovation Without Patents: Wallets On Kickstarter

August 8th - via: techdirt.com
Among friends who pay attention to my Kickstarter-backing habits, it's become a bit of a joke that I seem to be obsessed with wallets. And it's somewhat true. By my count, I've backed 11 wallet projects on Kickstarter. I will also admit that there was a period of time (basically all of 2013) where I would actually make sure to check Kickstarter for new wallets once a day, though that's since stopped. It definitely did border on obsessiveness. Another friend of mine has ordered about the same amount (I think at last count he was at 13 such projects). We've joked that we should set up the "museum of Kickstarter wallets" between the two of us. I still can't fully explain what made me so fascinated with finding a better wallet, but I think it was a combination of factors. After years of using a Costanza wallet, I saw a friend's minimalist wallet, and it just made sense to me. The problem, though, is that for all the neatness and organization of a minimalist wallet, you're definitely giving up some features to shrink down the wallet. And thus began the perpetual hunt for the more perfect minimalist wallet. (Read More)

Thin Is In: Minimalist Wallets Go Gangbusters on Kickstarter

March 29th - via: wired.com
Wanna see something weird? Search for “wallet” on Kickstarter. You’ll end up with pages of projects — many of them highly funded. For a site that’s largely associated with hopeful tech products, these wallets (106 projects) are right up there with iPhone stands (115 projects). (Read More)

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