U Posted by Laura Moller
\ January 17, 2014

Igobono is a social marketplace where members buy, sell and donate goods and services using a social currency, called “bonos”, rather than money. Igobono is at the forefront of the rapidly expanding sharing community. There are already 80 million adults in the United States who participate in online sharing services, and there has been a quantum shift in the way people think about obtaining goods and services.

Featured in TechVibe, Business News Daily, and Venture Break, igobono has grown an incredible initial following in all 50 states. Similar to LinkedIn “connections” and Facebook “friends,” igobono gives members the opportunity to connect and engage each other to understand the value of what they are buying or selling.

With $110,000 already raised, the igobono team is working to ramp up marketing and complete website improvements.

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