A 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.