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Everyworld: The Web3 Platform Empowering Users


Have you ever watched ads on social media and thought, “there should be a way to get rewarded for all this time I spend here?” Well, Everyworld might be the answer you’ve been looking for. 

This new platform aims to be the future of global content networks, and it puts the power, and the rewards, back in the hands of users.

What is Everyworld?

Everyworld is a watch-and-earn platform launched by Everyrealm, a leading tech company specialising in social gaming. The platform is a Web3 discovery and rewarded ads protocol, which means it aims to change how we interact with online advertising. Instead of just watching ads, users can earn rewards for their engagement. The Everyworld platform is powered by $EVERY token.

Imagine a social media platform where you get rewarded for doing what you already do online – watching short video clips, liking posts, sharing content, and leaving comments. 

Everyworld is built on the idea that user engagement is valuable, and they want to compensate you for being a part of their community. 

Think of it as getting paid for doing what you usually do online but with the added benefit of supporting a good cause!

How Does Everyworld Work?

Everyworld is currently in beta testing, meaning it’s a functional platform with limited access, but the basic idea is straightforward. 

You’ll sign up for an account and earn points by bringing in friends and interacting with content on Discord by playing games or watching ads. The more points you get, the higher you climb on the leaderboard.

All the points are then put into weekly drawings. After the draw, points are turned into $EVERY tokens

What’s unique about Everyworld is its dual-incentive mechanism, which aligns personal gain with charitable donations. Winners earn 40-45%, while the other 40-45% goes to a group that supports environmental conservation efforts. The rest is either burned or given to any players above the winner in a Referral Tree.

The Big Names Behind Everyworld: Coinbase and a16z

This is where things get interesting. Everyworld has some big names backing them, including cryptocurrency exchange giant Coinbase and venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz (a16z). These are major players in the crypto world, and their involvement suggests that Everyworld has the potential to be something big.

They’ve already raised over $60 million from investors like Hashed, Animoca, Dragonfly, Lightspeed, NGC, Griffin, Sfermion, and Foresight Ventures.

However, there’s a bit of a mystery surrounding the exact nature of their involvement. It’s not common for these companies to endorse specific tokens directly. Their support for Everyworld is a strong vote of confidence in the platform’s potential to shake things up in the advertising industry. However, Everyworld is currently unavailable in the United States and several other countries. 

The Upcoming Airdrop and Earning Potential

Adding to the intrigue is an upcoming airdrop event. Free tokens are distributed to early users or those who complete specific tasks.

While the exact details of the airdrop are yet to be announced, it’s clear that this event fits in with the recent activities of Everyworld. Some of these include playing games and competing quests on their Discord platform, connecting your Metamask wallet, completing KYC verification by linking your X (formerly Twitter) account to your Everyworld account, and more to come.

As of now, the Everyworld token ($EVERY) is not listed on major cryptocurrency tracking platforms like CoinMarketCap, but its innovative approach and strong backing suggest it could be a significant player in the future of digital advertising and cryptocurrency.

Everyworld represents a new wave of cryptocurrencies that aim to provide more value than just a medium of exchange. It’s a platform that rewards users and supports environmental causes, reflecting a growing trend in the crypto world where technology meets social responsibility. With its new rewards model, Everyworld is paving the way for a fairer and more sustainable future for digital engagement.

So, if you’re looking for a new way to engage with content online and potentially earn some rewards, Everyworld is worth keeping an eye on. Just be sure to do your own research (DYOR) and understand the risks involved before diving in.

Author: Ayanfe Fakunle

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