Image-sharing app Relica has officially launched a range of GPS-enabled features, including a treasure hunt with Bitcoin value attached to images.
The companies in BSV are building a brave new world on BSV, but not necessarily for BSV, and that’s crucial to understand, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
Bitcoin image app Relica has launched its "pay-to-view" feature, letting creators and influencers set a price for followers to view their uploads.
In the latest crackdown on the embattled industry, the country’s popular microblogging social media platform Weibo suspended the accounts of several digital currency influencers.
On TonicPow, anyone with a Bitcoin wallet can earn money ($BSV) by posting on social media and sharing links.
Anyone with a BSV wallet can share website links created on TonicPow to earn Bitcoin, and anyone can create an advertiser profile to create links to fund an advertising campaign.
Bitcoin SV image-sharing app Relica lets anyone turn that huge social media audience into actual income without having to advertise products or find sponsors.
Genuine Retweets allows users to earn Bitcoin SV by pushing content to their audience on Twitter and is the very first influencer marketing service created on Bitcoin (BSV).
BitClout brands itself as a social media-based platform where users can buy and sell tokens based on people’s reputations.
Genuine Retweets is the first influencer-marketing platform built on Bitcoin SV, allowing Twitter users to get paid in Bitcoin for liking and retweeting messages.
In this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, Charles Miller catches up with co-founders Jeremy and Daniel Street to ask about their journey—how Relica came to be, how it’s doing and where it’s heading.