PRESS RELEASE. The new social platform for crypto is highly anticipated and user-friendly CarbonThrew.
Carbon has been in beta testing since March. It has gone through extensive testing and improvements.
Carbon emphasizes freedom of expression, optimal security, and privacy. It has built-in crypto wallet tracker and a Twitter-style social stream, Reddit topics, and more.
Many influencers are already switching to Carbon as their preferred platform. Carbon offers top content creators generous crypto rewards and tips, making it an attractive platform to monetize user influence.
Carbon is based out of Western Australia. It has a lot of experience in designing and launching apps and games.
Carbon co-founder Daniel Abela said, “We really wanted to create a platform that brings fun back to social media. Carbon is a fun place to hang out and encourages positive interactions between users. Carbon users have complete control over their experience. There are no tricks that can shape your content, or guess what you want. You decide who to follow and what topics. You can sort by most reactions or specific reactions. If they select identical settings, each user will see identical content. There is no tracking or espionage.
Carbon is set to be very popular with crypto users and non-cryptousers alike. It brings together the best from many other platforms and adds layers security and anonymity. For their achievements, users are also awarded points, badges, and levels.
Carbon Android is available on Google Play Store. The website app works flawlessly across all devices. To use CRBN tokens on this platform, you will need a MetaMask login.
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