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The internet may be the most marvellous of inventions, but that doesn’t negate its many flaws, foremost amongst them the people and organisations who manipulate it to their advantage. We’re not just talking about the threat of your run-of-the-mill hackers, but also those who indulge in nefarious marketing practices, intrusive data collection, and generally poor online behaviour.
It’s a scenario we’re all familiar with – familiar with, and tired of. Constant bombardment from ads, annoying pop-ups, and flashing banners predominate our daily internet browsing, whilst the threat of being tracked, observed and intruded upon is ever present.
What is Online.io?
So wouldn’t it be nice if someone could come along and revolutionise our internet experience? Taking the negative aspects of time spent online and turning them on their heads, Online.io is an enterprise set on reinventing the hours we spend on our computers, smartphones, and tablets. Giving user privacy priority over all else, it has created a platform that provides a malware and ad-free experience, and a safe, secure, and untraceable online space.
Not only does Online.io fix the issues so many of us are forced to endure, but it takes our views into account too, by running a one-of-a-kind voting system. Giving users the chance to have their say by putting the power to rate websites in our hands, it’s hoped that the transparency of its feedback system will incentivise more websites to improve the way they treat those who visit.
How does Online.io work?
The website works in three key ways. Firstly, it allows visitors to bypass annoying ads, so their online experience is vastly improved. Not only is this more enjoyable for us, but it also means web pages load faster as there’s no unnecessary clutter to take up bandwidth.
Secondly, Online.io actively screens out malicious software and adware, so any files downloaded are guaranteed to be safe and secure for the system’s users.
Thirdly and finally, the platform offers enhanced protection from online tracking. This makes it much more private than its rivals and prevents Big Brother and Big Data organisations from observing its users and collecting their information.
Revolutionary it may be, but Online.io is built on the most advanced and well-proven blockchain technology. Long touted by experts across the globe as a potentially useful means of improving the cyber defence, this theorising has now been put into practice to create a platform that could change the user experience forever.
Its ‘engine’, too, is unique. With an economy and system powered by its Ethereum token, the OIO, Online.io is about to show the whole world just how powerful blockchain can be when used for the common good.
The online.io solution, developed using the Ethereum blockchain, aims at disrupting the digital advertising market valued at more than $1 trillion USD global annual spending. By staking OIO tokens and implementing the company's solution, the website operators will be able to access to a new non-invasive revenue stream, which capitalizes on the time spent by users online. At the same time, internet users who stake OIO tokens will also have the opportunity to monetize on the time spent by themselves and their peers on the World Wide Web. The time spent by users online will lead to ICE tokens being mined which in turn can be used in the dedicated merchant system or traded on exchanges and consequently changed to Fiat.
Online.io Token and ICOTokens will be on public sale from 10th July 2018, with the enterprise’s one-time-only Token Generation Event ending on the 31st of the month. Click here to learn more.
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