Civil was the first company to make a full-throated attempt at offering high-quality journalism powered by blockchain. But now, after a series of unfortunate missteps, the embattled firm is yesterday’s news—and its network will go into “hibernation” after barely 18 months in action.
Twetch CEO “Elon Moist” says the internet will pay you to use social media
Having come out as Josh Petty, the social media platform’s CEO and founder discusses micropayments, what a ‘free internet’ really means, and why he chose the controversial BSV blockchain
Twetch CEO Josh Petty (aka "Elon Moist") believes the internet will pay you to use social media in the future. An ad-free, decentralized social media application where you can make money from content creation and own your data, Twetch has been profitable from day one according to Kermit the CEO.
Block.one: With $150 million Voice can shout down Facebook
After incubating Voice for nine months, Block.one injected $150 million into the social news platform that’s aiming to tackle the rise of fake news
Now independently operated, Voice is being billed as a “social news platform that rewards users and content creators,” and has the rather ambitious goal of tackling deficiencies in the media industry—namely the proliferation of fake news and concerns over data ownership.
Steemit is moving on over to Tron
After announcing a partnership deal, the social media platform is moving its Dapps and converting its token
Steemit, the blockchain-based blogging site where users get paid in STEEM tokens for content, is migrating its users, tokens, and decentralized apps to the Tron blockchain.