The decentralized encyclopedia startup Everipedia is live and Ready to go.
The blockchain-based Wikipedia competitor announced the launch on Thursday, allowing users to earn its IQ tokens for adding or editing articles to the platform.
These tokens, in turn, will let users participate and vote on network governance issues.
Everipedia’s developers hope that this type of model will ensure that the platform remains fully independent of donations or advertisements. At the same time, the push toward decentralization is aimed at making the platform itself “un-censorable.”
While Everipedia was previously accessible by anyone with an internet connection, the mainnet launch means it will now move from a traditional Web hosting service to a blockchain with a new URL.
The platform is built on top of the EOS blockchain platform, with Everipedia having moved to the EOS network earlier this year.