Just a couple of decades ago, the mankind experienced, without any doubt, one of the most major things to ever happen in its entire history — the apparition of the Internet!

Received initially with skepticism, just in a pretty short amount of time, it managed to create a solid digital infrastructure and open for us completely new frontiers.

Not too long after, the Tech Bubble occurred and big Internet companies emerged from it, reaching later even the status of corporations. Among them, Social Media companies imposed as well their presence on the field, the biggest one being the infamous Facebook, or how other call it FBIbook.

Everybody was amazed, delighted and super-excited about the new features that it delivered: instant messaging, video calling around the world in a matter of seconds/minutes, connecting with people and making friends all around the Globe by pressing a button, the ability to follow and watch what their friends are doing at their fingertips and many others…

However, little by little we started realizing that they had side effects as well and when the biggest one dropped upon us (that all these Centralized Social Medias are recording all our data and sell it to advertisers for big profits without sharing with us a single penny), the population couldn’t take it anymore and the eruption of dissatisfaction and even protests finally began to take place.

But that wasn’t solving the problem per se, it was just diminishing it temporarily and by insignificant little twists here and there; what we actually needed was to change the very core of their mechanics and build them from scratch instead of trying to build on top of the corrupt models already existing out there.

Therefore, in March 24/2016, the much anticipated first decentralized BlockChain Social Media platform saw the day light, called STEEMIT, which by now has already over 1 million users and this is just the beginning.

Subsequently, a wave of other BlockChain Social Medias followed Stemmit bringing on the market newer and newer concepts favorable not only for the Rich, but for the Commoner as well.

As we speak, there is out there a token called cMail which basically offers free tools to make all these interactions with BlockChain projects much easier and much more efficient, and on top of that even rewards you with ERC-20 token from using this tools: https://cryptoemail.cc?mref=534 and http://howtoearnbitcoinonline.com?mref=25

For example, as of right now, there you can find the following:

== Steemit – the original BlockChain based social media site.. earn STEEM by posting, liking, commenting, like me 🙂

== Zonto – popular Social Media site, join through this link and get free Zonto coins, use coins to post on the site and advertise stuff.

== Nexus Social – new social media platform.. has some amazing featuring upcoming.. get in posting stuff before everyone else!

== Synero – new coin and Social Media voting network.. vote on content and pay to promote your content.. powered by AMP coin.

== Sphere – a new Social Media platform that already has over 650,000 users registered on the platform.

== Coin Gate – a new decentralized Social Media site that pays you to post content; has also a working phone app so far.

Disclaimer: I disclose that I’m paid to promote CryptoEmail project which has its own ERC-20 native token called cMail. There is no guarantee when this token is going to be listed on any market, if ever; nor, at any point, I guarantee its future price/value, if any price/value at all. However, I share my own genuine thoughts corresponding with my intellectual and ethical perspectives and I chose to promote it not because of the monetary incentive alone, but also because I truly believe in its product, service and vision as a whole; that being said, you should realize that my belief might be biased and you should do your own research and take actions based on your own investigation and not based on my beliefs.

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