The Internet was once a bastion of freedom and was hoped to bring economic power to everyday people. These days a few centralized platforms such as Google, Facebook and Amazon dominate the online world, deciding what we can and cannot say, while keeping all the value for themselves. In an upcoming 4-session live event you can find out how Pocketnet, a decentralized social media platform, changes this forever.
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Pocketnet is a decentralized, open-sourced, and censorship-resistant platform that offers an alternative to centralized social network such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. It is powered by the cryptocurrency Pocketcoin (PKOIN), a Proof-of-Stake token that allows authors to earn crypto for their content and protects them from arbitrary censorship through community moderation. Blockchain tracks reputation and high reputation users moderate the platform. The token is for decentralized advertising, boosting posts, buying unique fonts and themes in Pocketnet, as well as auctioning off NFT-Scarce tokens.
Recently Pocketnet announced a limited space exclusive live event for cryptocurrency supporters. The event will consist of four live sessions on June 10, 17, 24 and 29. Participants will learn how Pocketnet and Pocketcoin will change the internet forever. The speakers will be Pocketnet core developers and surprise guests. There will be no public full recordings available from this exclusive closed-door event so make sure to register right now to reserve your spot.
Decentralized Video, P2P Messaging and NFTs
The first session – Decentralization, Blockchain, Pocketnet and Pocketcoin (PKOIN) – will take place on June 10 at 10 AM US Eastern Time. In it you learn why centralized platforms are not your friends, how Pocketnet uses a censorship-resistant blockchain nodes to overcome centralization problem in the social media, overcoming the scalability problem in blockchains and the uses of Pocketcoin (PKOIN).
The second session – Is Truly Decentralized Video Alternative to Youtube Possible? Pocketnet & Pocketcoin to the Rescue – will take place on June 17 at 10 AM US Eastern Time. It will cover the subject of a decentralized video alternative to Youtube in the Pocketnet ecosystem, how video bloggers can earn with PKOIN and why fighting against censorship is not about politics, it is about common sense. It will include special guest bloggers with millions of subscribers (before censorship): Laura Loomer, Dan Dicks, Sarah Westall, with more guests to be added.
The third session – Is Truly Decentralized P2P Encrypted Messaging App Possible? How to maintain the privacy and decentralization? – will take place on June 24 at 10 AM US Eastern Time. In it you will learn why all centralized messengers are a bad idea (even Telegram & Signal), challenges with building a decentralized chat, using blockchain to derive encryption keys for the Pocketnet Chat, how to receive messages offline in a decentralized platform and how to seamlessly log in from new devices in Pocketnet & get contacts with message history.
The forth session – NFT-Scarce: A Revolutionary New Way to Sell Your Art and Content on Pocketnet – will take place on June 29 at 10 AM US Eastern Time. It will explain why the current NFT model is flawed (external storage, maintenance, lack of scarcity). This session will also cover the NFT-Scarce as a smart contract auction on the Pocketnet blockchain, how NFT-Scarce sales are scarce and what encryption has to do with it, selling artwork as NFT-Scarce for PKOIN, selling investment ideas as NFT-Scarce for PKOIN, selling special content as NFT-Scarce for PKOIN and the big launch of NFT-Scarce and Demo.
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