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Synereo destroys half of all its platform’s native Cryptocurrency to give users more control over its platform
With both Steemit and Synereo claiming to be the game-changing decentralized social networks, CoinTelegraph looks into the debate comparing these two platforms.
Tel-Aviv based decentralized tech stack development company, Synereo has announced that it will be releasing the Alpha phase of decentralised social network in September. The company claims that this development will allow web applications to exist without centralized servers.
Steemit, a new social media platform where everyone gets paid to post online, has been released in beta. In the age of multiple social media platforms, many of them entrenched players, how will new users react to Steemit?
A decentralized and open source social network allows different servers to be linked through the same software.
New mobile payments start-up Bitholla, which allows peer-to-peer payments in digital currencies from any mobile wallet of the user’s choosing, has arrived.
In 1997, an Australian teenager created one of the web's first viable p2p programs. What happened to it can teach us a lot about emergent technologies today and where we may be going in the future.
BitPervy, an adult entertainment site, which enables users to share porn for digital currency had its soft launch for users to test out its bitcoin revenue sharing system.
Ellen Pao, the CEO of Reddit whose November 2014 hiring was quickly following by the shelving of the website’s short-lived Bitcoin project, resigned on Saturday.
Ryan X. Charles, ex-Reddit cryptocurrency engineer, has announced in a blog post that he wants to collaborate with others to create a decentralized Reddit.
Reddit competitor Voat has returned to regular service after a tumultuous week of new Reddit traffic crashed the up and coming site Thursday
Now a new open-source social network Minds is poised to fill that void by using real encryption and not storing any user information so nothing can be handed over to the NSA.
New service that allows users to post questions and pay Bitcoin to people who submit the best answers.
A global drug survey has shown an increase in online drug business; an Australian based startup has launched a finance social network and more news.
Taringa!, Argentina’s largest social network, has seen an average increase of 40% in content creation since the integration of bitcoin last month.
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