Pinmo is a decentralized social media marketing network that allows advertisers to deliver advertising content, links, or other materials directly to users on their social networks, and whose payment policy is based on the achieved performance.
From the business perspective, we have built a sharing platform that connects advertisers, marketers and social media users. The platform aims to eliminate all middlemen in the advertising industry and allows marketers to directly connect with those who can spread their brand best.
On the technical side, we are the first Dapp that focuses on providing cross-chain solutions for advertising traffics. The main ledger and advertisers’ portal Dapp is placed on the Ethereum. Furthermore, Pinmo also works with different public chain partners to develop Node Dapps and together, form a traffic sharing community.
While Pinmo Tokens are the main form of trade and payment, they are not the only form – campaigns can be traded by other cryptocurrencies from public chain partners. Currently, we already have Nebulas and Elastos as our public chain partners, with many more to be added in the near future. Additionally, the Pinmo platform utilizes IBM Watson’s AI technology, which allows us to deliver ads towards a more focused target audience.
Since 2017, Pinmo’s business model with fiat money has been developed and been in use with more than one million dollars in revenue. With our exponential successes, we are implementing blockchain technology. Integrating and using blockchain technology will not only be a business transformation for Pinmo, but will also revolutionize the advertising industry. With blockchain, the network will provide advertisers with a clear record of all traffic data and budget spending on the blockchain. Users can earn tokens, which were previously allocated by advertisers, by sharing ads on their own social networks such as WeChat, Facebook, Instagram, Telegram, and more. By using tokens, users can now actualize rewards without any extra transaction fees and engage in global transfers, which were previously a large hindrance with the fiat money model.