At some point during the evolution of the internet - likely with the appearance of platforms like YouTube or Twitch - streaming became quite a popular online activity. Mostly, it is revolving around vlogs and online gaming these days, with thousands, if not millions of content creators rising up from the crowd, and providing content for their followers.
Influencers got the opportunity to share their thoughts and activities with their fans more directly, while gamers tend to stream for hours on end, and go through their favorite games with the crowd watching. It is also a good way to make a profit, mostly from donations, subscriptions, rewards, and alike.
However, streaming also holds a lot of untapped potential to do greater good. This potential is not entirely untapped, of course, as many use streaming for charities, particularly on Twitch. Raising funds for charitable causes has actually become a series of events, often revolving around holidays, but also incidents and natural disasters.
With the emerging blockchain technology, however, there is a huge potential to make this process even more efficient, which is something that the project known as injii aims to achieve.
Injii is a streaming platform that focuses on social good. It engages content creators, fans, and charities, all at once. The project's mission is to empower people all around the world, and help bring positive change in areas that need it. It wishes to combat social issues like poverty, healthcare, social justice, human rights, and alike.
Injii believes that the way to make the change is through the people. With streaming platforms already attracting high numbers of people, injii is in a perfect position to gain exposure, and point out social problems that need fixing. The project believes that other streaming platforms are not doing a good enough job when it comes to this, as they only attract creators and compensate them by paying for the traffic they attract, or for ad spots.
Value is generated through quality content, or, more often, through clickbait. This is not how things should be like, according to injii, so the platform makes sure not to do these things. Instead, it simultaneously rewards every network participant, be they content creator, a viewer, or a charity that interacts with the injii community. Of course, this is only a beginning, and the platform has many plans for the future. For now, however, it first needs to launch its token.
Injii has announced its ICO relatively recently, but it still did not determine the time and date of the token sale. Still, there are a few things that are already known about its ICO, as well as about its IAC token.
injii Access Coin (IAC) is a utility that is being developed on Ethereum's platform, making it another ERC-20 token. Its price will be $0.12 per 1 IAC, and the project will accept Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), as well as the United States dollar.
Apart from that, it is known that the project was registered in the US, but it was not announced which areas — if any — will be restricted from entering the token sale. The soft cap for the token sale will be $6 million, while the hard cap will only be twice this amount, at $12 million.
Other details are still pending, and interested investors should definitely keep an eye out, in case new information emerges.
|Start||July 1, 2019|
|End||September 29, 2019|
To tell you the truth, Injii has failed to convince me that their IAC coin has the scope of use that would have sparked my interest. I mean, you can use these tokens only to donate to content creators, store in the Ethereum wallet, and buy stuff at their online marketplace. Well, I already have tons of s***coins like that had sat in my wallet all through the bear market. And I really have no clue what to do with them now. Same would apply to IAC. Besides, developing streaming platforms is like selling yesterday's snow, it is just not relevant anymore.
fast&dumb August 26, 2019 Reply
I can’t argue with the fact that Injii pursues a very noble cause. I am really in favor of their idea of developing a streaming platform for creating content that touches upons different burning issues. Their solution concerning the donor vaulted smart contracts is also quite good. I would have eagerly supported it if I didn’t have to think about the return on my investment. In that regard, I think that Injii is not that promising. Unfortunately, I don’t have any spare funds to invest in projects that won’t pay me back relatively soon. Therefore, sorry Injii, as much as I regret it, but I will have to pass.
Joan July 28, 2019 Reply
So far, quite a few pieces of information are missing, so it is difficult to make a proper assessment of the project. However, it is obvious that its vision is quite noble, and the means of achieving it are modern and practical. The project has a good team, as well as a fair number of advisors, so it clearly attracts attention on that front. It is certainly one whose development is worth following.
Orson July 21, 2019 Reply
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