Yours.org is an online social network that is headquartered in San Francisco, California and was founded in 2016 by Clemens Ley and Ryan Charles. The Yours.org Network built in mechanisms for users to reward other users with Bitcoin Cash (BCH) for creating content.
Content creators can post their content for everyone to see on Yours.org, or put their content behind a pay wall that can be set at any price; Yours.org takes 5% of purchases. Users can choose to cast a 'vote' for content they like and want to support. Each vote is a micro-transaction worth $0.25 of BCH and goes to the content creator and earlier voters, allowing early voters to profit alongside content creators. Users can comment on content on Yours.org but must a commenting fee. Once a user submits a comment they can also profit from votes cast by other users.
On December 24, 2017 Yours.org closed their series A funding round with $1.5 million in funding from Bitmain and nChain.
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