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Fair Promise: A Social Network to Help People Keep Their Promises

December 4th, 2015 by Tanbir Leave a reply »
     




turnwordsintogoldA new form of social website, Fair Promise, has just launched, introducing fresh ideas, and far more than just conversation and photo-sharing. It’s aimed at guiding users to personal, professional, social and civic or political achievements. Featuring the promise, the challenge, and the issue, Fair Promise opens the door to a large number of applications in education, motivation, love, health, or even politics, aiming to create action, fix problems, and solve conflicts.

Anyone can use the site to issue a promise or a challenge to a friend, family member, colleague, or group. This revolutionary new site revolves heavily around the concept of ‘promise’. Users can create open promises, where people can join freely, issue a promise to yourself that you will achieve personal goals, or promise someone else something privately or publicly. The principle is simple: ‘I promise you, you judge my results.’ It’s even nicer when somebody makes a public promise, or a promise to many people. The judges’ vote on the result at the end, and the poll’s result gives the promise’s final result a measurable aspect. That’s not all, either; if you win, you get FairCoins, the site’s virtual currency, which you can later sell for real money.

FairPromise provides a way to make money and get rewards by keeping your promises. It’s also lots of fun! You can also share your promise with other people. You can invite supporters to help you with time and money that will help you to keep your promise, and Fair Promise helps you all the way along with reminders. The site can also be used to issue challenges. You can ask for a date without fear, you can challenge your neighbour, the mayor, everybody, and earn FairCoins and reputation for a successful challenge! Support this innovative new social networking platform today at http://igg.me/at/fairpromise

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