Abstract: SayToshi lets crypto influencers make money from their networks by selling access to their Twitter accounts. The SayToshi network is a decentralized social media manager, collectively deciding on what tweets to publish using primitives similar to a token-curated registry.
SayToshi lets anyone monetize their social media platform. Crypto influencers connect their Twitter accounts to SayToshi and are paid as tweets are submitted for them. Anyone with a Github account can log in to SayToshi and claim their TWEETH tokens, SayToshi's native currency. Community members propose tweets for their favorite influencers and TWEETH holders vote on each proposal, similar to a token-curated registry.
Proposed tweets that are accepted by the community are added to a tweet queue for each influencer. And every ten minutes an accepted message is tweeted. The money that was staked by the losing party (the "no" votes if the tweet is accepted, and the "yes" votes if the tweet is rejected) is redistributed between the influencer and the winning party. So users are rewarded for being good curators, and influencers are rewarded for offering up their platform.
Pioneer: Nemil Dalal, Paul Fletcher-Hill and Graham Kaemmer
Capital: Top 10 Finalist at 2018 ETH San Francisco Hackathon