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Financial iVeryOne

A Market-Oriented Social Network Economy

iVeryone aim at being Facebook based on blockchain, a market-oriented social network economy. Everyone involved in this cooperative ecosystem will have great amount of financial payback. Social network reflects the reality, with every characteristic of human society. If we see the contents providers as “producers” while readers as “consumers”, then the whole social network will then become a typical module of marketing supply and demand, the greatest opportunity for decentralized applications using blockchain technology. iVeryone aim at Facebook on blockchain with the token named VRY. The free flow of VRY are assumed to make iVeryone a networking economy that fully follows the rules of free market economies while all contributors can benefit from it.

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Token
VRY
Price
1 VRY = 0.01 ETH
Platform
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ETH
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Token
VRY
Platform
Ethereum
Type
ERC20
Price in ICO
0.0000 USD

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