SuperNET News Network
What's the big idea?
A new media digital distribution platform that, with the help of programmable money, allows for fully automated content tracking and weighing. It then uses said weight to assign content contributor pay relative to the total social weight and activity of other content on the platform.
In simpler terms, if a writers article makes up 50% of the entire platforms social weight and traffic for the pay period, then they in turn will receive 50% of the rewards. This is all done automatically and transparently in real time.
Describe the nearest player in your field.
coindesk.com is the market leader in our current niche. However they do not use an automated system and instead rely on cumbersome, traditional payroll techniques with flat rate pay for writers.
We also have plans to expand into under served markets once our main portal is up to scale.
How are you different from that player?
We utilize a content neutral environment with no visible ads (ads and content look the same). We also, as mentioned, leverage blockchain based networks to automate our entire back-end payroll while pulling data from a number of APIs.
How does this idea scale into a big business?
A fully realized, fully automated network built on my architecture will be highly efficient, requiring far less maintenance and management than traditional media portals. Not to mention the ad servicing benefits of the entire ad servicing system.
Why are you the one to run with this idea?
Overlooking my degree in Digital Media, my C4 Certification in Cryptocurrency, my career in media production and my work as an activist journalist; I’ve also already completed the hard part.
I designed the entire platform and did so convincingly enough to win over a development team.
What is a $5,000 experiment you can do to move your idea forward?
I can show you the idea functioning in the wild right now but a 5,000 dollar cash infusion would allow me to market the platform, pay artists/developers for contributions, and pay for an Op-Ed by someone like Andreas Antonopolous.