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Figure out what's true and what's not

What is truth?

What makes it true?

Whom do you believe?

How can I trust you?

The problem with truth

Truth is a messy thing. There are facts (objective), there are opinions (subjective), and they are truths in between. Blockchains are great for validating objective truths — anything that has tangible proof. Such as a transaction. Or a ballot.

But what about truths that can't fit into an algorithm? Like claims that people make. There are things that are true that are not as easily provable as measurable things. There are things that are true that we determine are true because honest, knowledgeable people have agreed upon them, independently.

Our solution

Trustory is a social network for experts to identify what is true and what isn't. You get tokens for identifying accurate information and refuting inaccurate information and lose tokens otherwise. The app is currently focused exclusively on cryptocurrency-related topics.

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