Ramen, a Boulder, CO-based startup that is building a crowdfunding site for software projects, closed its seed round of undisclosed amount.
The announcement appeared on the company’s blog (read here).
Backers included angel investors Matt Cutler, Jason Calacanis, and Naval Ravikant.
The company will use the funds to bring its platform to market.
Led by Mathew Sisson and Ryan Angilly, Ramen leverages a customer-driven pre-order mechanism to support software products. The platform allows teams to find early adopting customers for their product and fund development with pre-orders. It also offers post-funding features and allow developers to work with early customers and improve the product.
Every successful project receives over $2k in deals to helpful tools in the market.