DECENT | The Web App Prototype is Here!

As the crowdfunding campaign of the Decent Network carries on, so does the development of the platform and all its related projects. During this eventful Initial Coin Offering (ICO) period we have seen a tremendous amount of community outreach and strategic partnerships that have been formed between Decent and other pioneers in the blockchain and content distribution industry. The ICO is close to reaching its final day, the 6th of November. Until then, investors can purchase DCT with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ether, and Ether Classic, and even with national currencies.

One of the most exciting news surrounding Decent and its projects is the release of the Web App demo, a prototype that allows users to get a pretty good feel of what to expect from the blogging platform being built by the Decent team. This platform will allow bloggers to post their content and to choose the price (if any price at all) that they feel is appropriate. The Web App prototype can be seen here.

“If you follow our news closely, you might have noticed a huge buzz, from us and our supporters, about project DECENT was developing for quite some time. In this precise moment, you are free to use demo version of DECENT Web App, a blogging platform that allows you to put out and monetize articles.”

While still unfinished (the app will require the Decent Blockchain to be live for the DCT payments to be active), the Decent Web App prototype, illustrates how the real application will work, allowing users to register an account, manage it, and to post their content for a price. This system allows users to monetize their content without the need to pay any middleman fees and without risking low visibility due to the nature of the content.

The application layout is highly intuitive and leaves no room for doubts or misunderstandings. All you have to do is register an account, upload your content and put a price tag on it. Content writers can also choose additional options like images, licenses and visibility.

If you are a reader, you can simply browse content and choose the ones you want to read. While all payments are deactivated, you can still read free content. When the platform is complete, users will be able to pay for single pieces of content instead of being forced into monthly and yearly subscription.

The prototype will continue to be developed, as well as the main platform and the side projects that the team has been working on with its partners, including Naughty America and Hackereum.

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