The platform Diaspora is a social world online that puts your data back in your own hands, according to its own slogan. Its range of functions is similar to those of Facebook. Users can publish status updates, share posts and images, and comment on other people’s posts. And just like on Facebook, you can control who gets to see your own posts as well. Diaspora uses hashtags to order posts, meaning that you can use these to find like-minded people who share your interests. Linking Diaspora to your Facebook profile is also possible, and the software has its own chat function. Diaspora is also an open source project.
Registration for an account in the ORU Market is absolutely free. Once you are a member, you can start posting your products, services, businesses and stores right away, by using all the software tools made available to the ORU Market. Once you have published your free listing, you can use the powerful ORU Marketing and Advertising functions to share directly with a local or global ORU Member audience you specifically target and select. Simply click on ORU Advertising in your account section and create your own custom promotion, communication or advertisement. For a minimal fee you can then broadcast your advertisement and look forward to great responses. But that is not the best part ---- Each week ORU Market pays ORU participation Income to Premium Members as an incentive payment. ORU Members receive this payment each Saturday.
BeMyEyes: Technically speaking, BeMyEyes is not a social network. That said, it provides one of the most intimate interactions you’ll ever have with another person via technology. Designed to help blind people to solve everyday problems, the iPhone app connects the vision-impaired with fully-sighted users via video chat. Users can then point their iPhone’s camera to show their remote helpers the situation at hand — a door sign, an expiration date, a piece of mail. The sighted person lends their eyes to help the blind user solve their problem. It’s that simple, but it’s also that amazing.
If you’re doing the calculations, NEM jumped approximately 800% in two-and-a-half months. You will not find such performance buying and holding equities in the pedestrian stock markets. My absolutely best stock idea, Bitcoin Investment Trust (OTCMKTS:GBTC), gained only 447% in half-a-year’s time. In contrast, you can take smaller-sized risks with altcoins, and make more money than you would in the traditional markets.
As it’s a hard-fork of Bitcoin, every person who had bitcoins on 1st August, now also has the same amount of bitcoin cash. Well, that’s a pretty handsome treasure seeing the current price and expecting its growth in near future. In a month of its birth, the value of 1 BCH rose near to 1k USD but due to high volatility, it’s high price didn’t took time to fall down.
While technically a blogging site, Tumblr has a number of features that can normally be found on typical social media platforms. Tumblr users can share, like, search via hashtags, and comment on posts. The site also features an instant messaging app on web and mobiles, which could make it a strong contender as an alternative social networking platform to Facebook.
Although Litecoin doesn’t have the same potential as Ethereum in terms of building new transaction platforms, as one of the longest-running cryptocurrencies (created in 2011) it’s an established altcoin with great name-recognition. It’s one of the top-10 cryptocurrencies by market cap and has a larger trading volume than all but bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple.
Despite new and exciting things happening in the cryptocurrency space seemingly every week, there’s still no guarantee that these six virtual currencies, or even bitcoin, have what it takes to survive and thrive over the long run. Piecemeal regulation that varies by country, as well as the fact that investors have no true ownership in the asset that actually matters -- i.e., the underlying blockchain network -- makes buying into cryptocurrencies a real gamble.
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For more general news that can delight and surprise, try Digg, an aggregation site that prioritizes deeply reported features on a range of topics as well as lots of fun and quirky news stories. And of course, iPhone and iPad owners can always just fire up Apple News if they don't want to bother setting up a whole new system. None of those fit the bill? Here's a deeper look at Facebook News Feed alternatives.