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Lunyr: Knowledge Sharing on the Blockchain

Wikipedia,  the 5th most popular website on the planet according to Alexa, is loved by everyone who needs a one-stop overview of just about any topic under the sun. Wikipedia is one of the oldest and most popular products of Web 2.0: an online ecosystem of peer-to-peer solutions.

Lunyr is a blockchain startup giving the familiar crowdsource encyclopedia model we’re all familiar with a decentralized facelift. The result? A platform that rewards you for knowledge-sharing.

The Wikipedia Age

It’s hard to remember life before Wikipedia. The site has become synonymous with the internet itself. If you were a student prior to the computer age, you might remember sticking your nose in what now seems like dusty old tomes in a dark corner of your local library. Referencing and…

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