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IOST x Berm Protocol | Taking Flight with Project Pegasus, A Global User Adoption Program Targeting 20 Million Users By End of 2019
Berm Protocol — The Consensus of Information Distribution
Bitcoin is known to many as the consensus of money. Similarly, Berm Protocol is making its mark as the consensus of information distribution. Berm Protocol is a decentralized data governance protocol using cryptocurrency to power the growth, curation and governance of data and information systems. Holding firm to this vision, Berm Protocol has successfully launched two flagship applications that have received remarkable traction with users around the world, with millions of users already on-board its applications.
BERM’s Rapid Rise Paving The Path For IOST Global Adoption
Berm Protocol’s first application is Berminal, a leading crypto news app that creates and curates authentic content for its global user base. Berminal is ranked in the Top 3 on the Overseas Google Play Store News List, with over one million total users and over 50,000 daily active users.
Berm Protocol’s second application, Bermi, is a fast-growing content platform which hit one million users within one month of its product launch. Since its launch, Bermi has continued on its strong user growth trajectory. In just the month of March 2019, Bermi has recorded over 400,000 new downloads on the Google Play Store.
Berminal and Bermi are powered by Berm’s utility token, BERM, which is issued on IOST’s blockchain. The value that BERM provides to global communities is a simple and attractive one — by creating and consuming content on the app, users are able to earn tokens for their contributions. Users can receive their rewards in IOST and BERM tokens, which in turn can be traded, encashed or used for merchant purchases, creating a healthy, thriving economic cycle. Through this virtuous, expanding economic cycle, IOST is poised bring about real world ...
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