Only 1,599,917,718 euros to go. A British man named Thom Feeney set up a crowdfunding campaign on the site Indiegogo. The goal: 1,600,000,000 euros (about $1.8 billion) -- and only eight days left before the unofficial funding campaign closes. More than 5,000 people have pledged so far, raising more than 82,000 euros. When we checked yesterday that figure was at a mere 4,297 euros. Half an hour ago it was at 50,000 euros. Things seem to be moving fast, though it's worth remembering that at the current rate, raising this much money would still take time. If the campaign does not hit its lofty goal of raising 1.6 billion euros, then contributors are supposed to get their money back. If they do hit the goal, the campaign's creator, a self-described a 29-year-old based in London, says; "all profits will go to the Greek people." As the Indiegogo page puts it: "€1.6bn is what the Greeks need. It might seem like a lot but it's only just over €3 from each European." And for a €3 you supposedly get a postcard sent from Alex Tsipras, the Greek Prime Minister. Update: As of 8:50am New York time, the campaign has raised more than €100,000. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...ndiegogo-campaign-is-trying-to-bailout-greece 1.8 billion in 8 days Anyone on the Shed chipping in?