The chief strategy officer of CoinShares, an investment firm that manages $750M in assets, has joined Twetch.
Created by Joshua Henslee, Retrotwetch is a place to discuss old school gaming where users can post to Twetch using Invisible Money Button.
Twetchers can now choose how much it costs for a user to interact with them using the command /trolltoll.
Twetch users can assign a value to an individual on the platform, requiring that person to pay for his or her response to appear.
The update also comes with a new user interface, so users have an easier time monetizing and moving up the leader board.
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The man behind Legally Chained and a host of other Bitcoin applications is known for his critical voice on social media concerning digital currencies in general and specifically Bitcoin SV.
Twetch gives content creators and users the opportunity to own their data on the blockchain, according to its co-founder and CEO.
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