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Swarm City
Swarm City is a decentralized commerce platform with a built in reputation system. User incentives are aligned towards peace.
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Swarm City Jan 10
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Swarm City Jan 8
Replying to @altcoin18
The team is working hard. That's why we have a live, scalable, decentralized commerce app, with built-in blockchain based reputation and encrypted chat.
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Matthew Carano Jan 6
Any time :) Also, if you haven't already I'd be happy to take you through the live app so you can see the results of our philosophical expression.
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Matthew Carano Jan 5
2/2 Here is our project philosophy: Our design principles: Our communications principles: Hope that helps.
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Matthew Carano Jan 5
1/2 Thanks for your interest :) It's a tangent, but maybe the best way to answer your question is we believe we are all expressing our underlying philosophy, just in different forms. Through code, through design, through copy, and even through how we organize.
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Michael Thuy Jan 3
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Swarm City Dec 31
I don't know anything about that. What I do know is we have decentralized commerce with built in reputation and encrypted chat. That and no scaling issues. Would you like to see for yourself?
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Swarm City Dec 31
I don't think a project can be considered a scam if their app is live :) I'd love to show it to you
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Swarm City Dec 27
Once a requester and provider are in a deal, they are able to chat. This is where the details of the deal are worked out. The chat is encrypted with both participant's pubkeys, meaning the contents can only be opened by them.
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Swarm City Dec 26
A kindred spirit.
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Swarm City Dec 26
In this short tutorial, learn how to agree to a deal. Once the requester selects you as a provider, it's your decision whether or not you want to engage in the deal. That means, among other things, staking your reputation on being able to complete it.
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CoachB Dec 24
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Swarm City Dec 24
In a nutshell, is a decentralized commerce app with built-in reputation. Users can buy/sell goods/services in marketplaces like rideshare, or create their own marketplace with a few clicks. Our beta is live - happy to show you. Or, more here:
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Swarm City Dec 23
This short tutorial shows how to select a provider in Swarm City. Many people may reply to your request. It's up to you to pick the person with the best combination of attributes. Who will you choose? Swarm City is an project, and we are live.
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Rodolfo A. Pozo Dec 22
Si estas interesad@ en saber cómo la puede ser utilizada! Te invito a seguir a y probar sus beneficios!
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Matthew Carano Dec 21
I have been working on for two years now, and as this calendar year come to a close, I can't tell you how thankful I am to be a part of it. It has not been easy, but we have delivered an app that continues to get better. And we remain philosophically aligned.
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Swarm City Dec 22
What is Swarm City? One answer: The first thing you read on is the phrase "Build unstoppable applications". You see, this is the purpose of ; tools to resist censorship and coercion. Swarm City is committed to this purpose, and our app is live.
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Swarm City Dec 22
This short tutorial shows how to reply to a request in Swarm City. When you post a reply, you are telling a requestor you would like to complete their request. Will they choose you? :) Swarm City is an project, and we are live.
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Swarm City Dec 21
This short tutorial shows how to create a request in Swarm City. Deals begin with a seeker posting a request: Swarm City is an project, and we are live.
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Swarm City Dec 21
We are building tools for people to interact in non-coercive ways. So it only makes sense that we operate that way as a team. Here is , , and presenting non-Coercive team building to the participants.
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