Tipestry is a next generation social media platform where the users are in charge. Earn cryptocurrency, keep your privacy intact, and vote on site policy.
Censorship is spreading. Privacy is disappearing. Fake news and scams are everywhere, and the media grows more biased every day.
Comment on any website through Tipestry.com or any physical location through Tipestry Go. Vote on websites and donate cryptocurrency to the good ones. Tipestry adds a meta layer to the web were the users are in control.
Regular people are the ones creating most of the content these days but a handful a big corporations are making all the money off their work.
Tipestry features integrated user tipping, allowing anyone to earn money for posting good content. It's also the first platform in history to enable universal website cryptocurrency donating, allowing people to support content creators without dealing with banks or credit cards, giving up personal information, or paying high fees.
Tipestry Go features Treasure Hunts, where users follow clues and solve riddles to discover digital coins hidden around the world.
Bounty Campaign Phase 1: August 2018
Democratic governance powered by Tipcoin – the users make the rules. Tipcoin owners will be able to vote on site policy, elect moderators, and decide which content deserves special recognition. Tipcoins can be earned by posting content, completing Treasure Hunts, and during bounty campaigns.
Tipestry Token (TIP)
Token Sale Date: TBD
Dividends from crypto earned on the platform will be paid to Tipestry Token owners. Unique features are also available through Tipestry Premium subscriptions, purchasable exclusively with Tipestry Tokens.
Confidence in the media is reaching all-time lows, while clickbait, deplatforming, pushing corporate and political agendas are at an all-time high. More and more media companies are shutting down their comment sections in response to growing criticism. Tipestry lets you comment anyway.
The media isn't alone. Last year during the battle to preserve Net Neutrality, the FCC's comment section mysteriously disappeared. The shutdown was blamed on a DDoS, but according to an independent investigation into the incident, no DDoS ever actually happened. The time for that kind of censorship is over.