Asora Token. It is a utility token based on the Ethereum blockchain that can also be used as a unit of account between users, advertisers and publishers. Ownership of the tokens carry no rights other than the right to use them as a means to obtain services on the Asora platform, and to enable usage of interaction with the platform.
No. Asora browser extension blocks ads and trackers for free. This feature will always be free. Besides blocking ads, Asora extension rewards users with limited daily tokens.
Asora Inc. will initially seed tokens to jump-start user-publisher economy at first and user-advertiser economy later on.
Initial purpose for Asora tokens is to provide users means to reward publishers for viewing their content. Asora rewards users with tokens for blocking ads. By doing so we help users to get started. As publisher’s adoption will grow users will be provided other means to earn Asora tokens, as well as directly adding funds to your Asora wallet.
Asora is not a digital currency, it is a utility token. It can be used as a unit of account between advertisers, publishers, and users on the Asora platform, and can be utilized to directly measure, exchange, and verify attention. Bitcoin would not enable this distinct, in-platform problem solving. Also, using Asora on Ethereum allows for faster scalability than using Bitcoin.
Flat rate will be distributed to publisher per visit. On top, users would be able to donate additional tokens.
We are not monetizing your data, we are airdropping initial tokens. Later on, tokens will come from voluntarily viewing few advertisements that directly pay to you. Eventually Asora tokens will be available through crypto exchanges where you can exchange it to other cryptocurrencies or cash.