Wednesday , May 19 2021

Planetary: An open and humane alternative to Facebook, Hacker News

       

      

You own your content

      

Your posts belong to you. You choose how and when to share them, and can move to another app at any time

    

    

      

Resists harassment & abuse

      

You only see posts from your friends and their friends, meaning it’s much harder for people to abuse or harass

    

    

      

There’s no advertising

      

We’re funded by providing services you actually want to pay for, not by selling your data or attention

    

    

      

We respect your privacy

      

We don’t collect loads of data on what you do. And there’s no central database to mine for data to sell

    

    

      

End-to-end encryption

      

Your private posts can only be seen by you and the people you send them to. Not even we can see them!

    

    

      

Naturally spam-resistant

      

Planetary only downloads content from your friends and their friends – it’s impossible for people to spam you

    

    

      

Works off the grid

      

In the wilderness? At a festival? Download posts and send yours out through peer to peer connections

    

    

      

Fully distributed

      

There’s no one big database where your posts are stored. You can connect to our relay servers or make your own

    

    

      

A public space

      

Like email or the web, Planetary is built on an open protocol that no one company can own

    

    

      

You can leave at any time

      

Don’t like Planetary? Pick up and take your identity, posts, and friends to another compatible app

    

    

      

Native transactions

      

Send money securely to friends and family or receive payments or donations for your work

      

Coming late Payeer

    

    

      

Revenue for creators

      

Keep some posts back for paid subscribers. And you can choose precisely how much you want to charge

      

Coming late Payeer

    

          

     

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