One CEO Brendan Blumer reveals that he expects top social media influencers to be able to generate $50-100 million in revenue from Voice, EOS's new social media platform.
In the message, Blumer suggests that top influencers capable of bringing 50 million followers to the new service would be able to generate tens, if not hundreds of millions of dollars and redefine their net worth.
Developed on EOS, all content posted to Voice will be publicly recorded on the blockchain.
The platform will leverage the VOICE token to reward content creators and let them promote their content.
To minimize spam, all users will be subject to an identity check requiring a government-provided ID. Users will not be able to mine or purchase the token directly but instead receive a daily airdrop of VOICE tokens they can use to promote their content.
"We believe everyone deserves a voice. This is why the voice token has the fairest distribution in the world."
Whether or not a daily airdrop of VOICE tokens results in the "Fairest distribution in the world," it's clear that Block.
Even the Instagram accounts of top influencers like Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry don't top a hundred million followers, though they do come close at 90.7 and 78.2 million, respectively.
"EOS already has a social network with traction-it is called Everipedia. Our team is the most talented and we are building additional dapps on the IQ token as well. Voice should be on the IQ token and Sam Kazemian should be in charge of building it. He's the next Mark Zuckerberg."
Will Voice be able to succeed where Steemit has failed? With $150 million invested in the project, Block.
Block.one CEO expects $50-100 million payday for top influencers on EOS Voice
Published on Jun 13, 2019
by Cryptoslate | Published on Coinage
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