Zagham, Christopher Wilson has it right. A crowdfunding is a lot of work. I was personally involved in a Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign and I was astonished how mush it took from me and my team. It was almost a whole day social media and direct peer-to-peer plus networking campaigning. Wouldn't necessarily do it again. The little I've seen of you work - you're building something along the lines of this http://www.wix.com/ Well, you'll up against hefty competition. Here's some old news of those guy's: http://techcrunch.com/2010/03/24/wix-raises-10-million-for-flash-website-and-widget-builder/
Regardless, The server issue is very easy to solve as you go-along. You Don't need to have 20k to do that. I can explain. Also, You might have something in your solution what could fit in our enterprise, but I need to take a look at your backend thinking (not the source code) before I can tell more. Wanna talk? My email is hammar.bjorn[at]gmail.com.
Talk to you soon?
Create a 2048 Linode with a 32 bit Ubuntu Lucid 10.04 LTS image.
sudo salt-cloud -p ln_2048 tantalum
Assign it a private IP address in Linode.
Assign it a forward DNS entry in Linode.
Add new ip address to /etc/nginx/apt_allow and restart nginx:
Configure YourDomain environment defaults:
sudo salt tantalum state.highstate
# Note: Need to wait for forward DNS to take effect on the half hour.
Append the new private IP to /etc/network/interfaces
iface eth0:1 inet static
Ensure a modern nginx will be installed
# make sure it is >= 1.1.19
apt-cache policy nginx
Reboot so linode can reroute private ip address