The EOS-based social media platform, Voice, today opened its doors to the various countries.
The blockchain social media outlet announced on Twitter today that it’s services is now available for citizens of Australia, Austria, Canada, Chile, Estonia, India, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States of America.
The platform further announced that more countries will be added soon.
Voice: A Platform that pays content creators
Voice.com is based on a special EOS chain developed by block.one with the aim of creating the same experience that a centralized social media platform offers. Block.one is trying to change that narrative by giving people free speech through a social network called “Voice”.
Unlike other traditional social media platforms where you have to pay to access premium content, Voice allows you to like, share, and create content on the platform. Voice issues voice tokens to users within the platform, and the tokens can be exchanged for EOS and withdrawn on supported exchanges.
The platform is designed to give you complete control over your data and information. Unlike Facebook, Facebook receives your information and sells it to advertisers without your consent. With Voice, you can control the data and provide complete security and confidentiality of the data.
This is not very common in the encryption field of similar platforms like Steem and Hive. However, the platform brings it up to par with the better token theory in its platform.