CoinLinked, a social media network and marketplace platform founded by Wall Street veteran Jenny Q. Ta has launched on May 7.
The platform will feature a utility token that rewards users for activity on the platform, and can also be redeemed for discounts on CoinLinked’s marketplace.
Proud to announce our official launch today as the FIRST Blockchain-Based Social Network and Crypto-Commerce Platform! Read our press release on Blockchain Wire here: https://t.co/bN9ILvzrQf #Crypto #ECommerce #BTC $ETH #CoinLinked pic.twitter.com/dzVgEvwoV3 — Jenny Q Ta 🐶₿⛓ (@JQT_CoinLinked) May 7, 2020
Ta describes CoinLinked as the “first-ever blockchain-based social network and crypto-commerce platform,” a hybrid decentralized/centralized amalgamation of Twitter, Instagram and Amazon.
“With global e-commerce steadily expanding each year and sales projections indicating that the multi-billion-dollar industry will reach new highs in 2021, there’s a clear need for a more fluid and less encumbered method for exchanging cryptocurrencies for tangible goods.”
CoinLinked has designed two native tokens:
A security token for speculators seeking to invest in the platform
An ERC-20 utility that will serve multiple functions on the CoinLinked platform called CoinLinked Coin or CLC
CoinLinked users will be rewarded CLC in exchange for producing content on the platform, including uploading pictures or videos, sharing links, or engaging with existing posts.
Ta says that the “CLC token is strictly for the platform,” noting that “in the near future […] users can exchange the CLC […] for discounts within the platform,” or “into another stablecoins like Tether.”
Moreover, the platform will allow the accounts of all users to be verified, not just celebrities and public figures.
Ta emphasized that CoinLinked “will not sell user data,” stating that the platform will strive to maintain the same standards around the privacy of customers’ data that she was used to in the financial services industry while adding:
“We respect users like the traditional banking system. Wells Fargo, Bank of America — those banks have been [operating] for like 100 years, and they never, ever sold customers’ data.”
Ta stated, noting that “the only time data was lost was because they got hacked.” saying:
“Because I have grown up or matured on Wall Street, which is much bigger than the banking system, I respect privacy. Period,”