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Fund a Shot Again!

Last year, thanks to all of you, contributions to LPP Fusion totaled over $34,000. While this was not enough for us to hire more staff, it was 5% of our total budget. It helped us to get over gaps in our funding from investors, and thus to keep our device firing shots and to keep…

We’ve Started Firing and We Need Your Help

We’ve started firing! We’ve begun our exciting test to see if we can reduce impurities in FF-1 far enough to greatly boost fusion energy yield. And some of you are helping. The first eight of our shots were funded by your contributions, and the table here shows who funded each shot. (Missing numbers in the…

Crowdfunding Rewards Are Shipped

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After some delays due to under-staffing and summer doldrums, which LPP Fusion apologizes for, the rewards to our almost 2,000 Indiegogo crowdfunding supporters have finally been shipped, or will be by the end of next week. Thanks to LPP Administrative Assistant John Harhai for a lot of work and to LPP Chief Information Officer Ivy…

Crowdfunding Raises $182,000 Coverage in Fortune, Extremetech

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With a boost from a 20-day extension, the crowdfunding campaign of LPPFusion, Inc. and the Focus Fusion Society was a great success, raising $182,000, or 91% of our original goal of $200,000. (This includes $2,000 in Bitcoins not counted in the number on the Indiegogo website.) We received contributions from 1,923 individuals, many of whom gave more…

IndieGoGo Campaign Has Ended

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Our IndieGOGO campaign has ended with a high 90% funding, $180,279 to be exact.  We are still processing crypto-currency payments but so far they sum up to an additional $2370, or an additional 1.2%. We wish to thank everyone for support, help, contributions, outreach, sharing and enthusiasm and belief in what we do.  We are continuing…

LPP’s NYC Event March 9

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On March 9, LPPFusion held a public event in New York City to talk about our progress and our upcoming crowdfunding campaign. The event, held at Tekserve in downtown Manhattan and organized through the Astronomy and Physics Meetup, drew a full house of over 30 people in person and another two dozen participating online. Eric…