As promised, Block.one finally launched the beta version of Voice, the decentralized media network. According to the report, the Voice beta is only accessible to residents of the United States who have requested it.
The report also added that the Helper Center of the Voice Beta website has been updated with new information that will make the functionality and how to start using the platform easily understood.
Going by the statement of Voice’s CEO, the Voice seeks to be the first media network with integrity and free from fake news and fake accounts, in order to outshine existing media networks.
Things to Post on Voice Beta
Actions that will not be allowed on the platform include:
- legally protected material
- plagiarized content
- Hate, Abuse, or Discrimination
- Harassment, Threats, or Intimidation
- Invasions of Privacy or Defamation
- Pornography or Overtly Sexual Content
- Exploitation of Minors
- Violence or Gore
- Illegal Activity
Voice Tokens to Serve as Motivation
Voice Tokens will serve as motivation for users to keep sharing and publishing content. There are four different ways in which users can earn Voice Tokens.
- Signing up
- Visiting daily
- Having a voiced post
- Receiving likes (+10 likes per post)