Bitly Alternative Cred Rewards Social Sharers With Bitcoin

Bitly Alternative Cred Rewards Social Sharers With Bitcoin

A new bitcoin application is seeking to impact the online advertising space with a Bitly alternative that rewards users in bitcoin. Called Cred, the application seeks to encourage readers to share content through specialized links that generate monetary rewards. The difference between Cred and existing URL management platforms is that, in addition to a link shortener, the application inserts its own advertisements into the user experience. "There's a page between the platforms and the content, so that's an opportunity for an advertiser to display an ad based on where you're going," Cred....


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