On 5 June, the CEO of Voice, Salah Zalatimo, announced on Twitter that Voice, the platform of social networks from the creator of EOS Block.One will be launched on the 4th of July.
This is, without a doubt, it turned out to be a surprise because no one expected a release date as next.
Voice: how A social media platform?
The idea of this application was born out of disputes that were wrapped in large platforms like Facebook and YouTube, where the criptomonedas have not always been welcome.
Therefore, the aim was to develop a decentralized solution where no authority had the power or ability to censor the content.
Voice is a social networking app based on the Blockchain that plan to be much more transparent. Block.One is the company behind the development of this app in the Blockchain public the EOS.
In this sense, being built on the Blockchain of EOS, Block.One plan that all interactions in Voice will be public and, therefore, transparent.
4th of July
Salah Zalatimo, CEO of Voice, announced that the platform would be launching for the 4th of July, a little earlier than planned. And, as you know, that day is the Day of the Independence of the united States, what will be linked?
However, it is very important to note that Zalatimo specific “only registered users will be able to post or participate. The record will remain on request until 15 August, when the users can begin to invite their friends.”
Also, Zalatimo said that the launch of Voice will prove to be ahead of schedule because “we just can’t wait any longer”. In addition, he added that “we need to reclaim the social networks of the great technology NOW”.
Independence of the user
Voice has been in beta testing since February 14. The initiative was revealed posed by the return of his value to the users through tokens. Then, the platform has what you are looking for is to eliminate the current problems, i.e., algorithms hidden and auctions of private data.
Therefore, the initiative also emphasizes on having only real human on its platform, with the hope of removing the spam, fake users and the content misleading.
Block.One, without a doubt, believes in the project given that, since the company responsible for the protocol of EOS announced Voice, the firm has invested $100 million in cash and $50 million in intellectual property in Voice.
In Addition, Block.One also invested $30 million to acquire the domain voice.com that, according to them, will help the platform get an instant recognition.