An anonymous crowdfunder is asking the Internet to make him a millionaire in 90 days -- and it's working

AnonymousShutterstock‘The collective power of the Internet has the ability to make a complete stranger a millionaire. I am that stranger,’ says the anonymous crowdfunder.

Wemadeamillionaire.com launched on July 28 with one goal — get strangers on the Internet to make another stranger a millionaire within 90 days.

“You don’t know who I am, where I am from, or how I’m going to spend your money,” says the millionaire hopeful in the website’s video.

Word has just started to get around and donations are already nearing $US12,000 to date.

In order to reach its goal, the site needs to earn over $US11,000 every day until its October 25th deadline.

The project is described as a social experiment: The mystery person behind it will document the next year of his or her life if the goal of $US1 million is met.

There are three different levels of donating: gold ($US9.99), silver ($US4.99), and bronze ($US1.29). All that’s offered in return is a photo and custom message on one of the site’s “walls of fame.”

The website doesn’t state whether “donations” (not pledges) will be returned if the project fails to meet $US1 million in 90 days.

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