Unsung is a new app coming to the public shortly that leverages the sharing economy and Bitcoin to “hack hunger.” Americans battling hunger in the U.S. is a significant problem with 49 million people going without food daily. The Unsung platform offers a different approach by engaging in social media and building a community that’s rewarded for its charity.
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Unsung is an online community or social media platform where people can view good deeds in “real time.” The idea is for local grocers, restaurants, caterers or anyone with large amounts of leftover food to donate what would otherwise be thrown out. Anyone of these groups can join Unsung and notify the network stating that they have extra food. Members of the online community can view these food announcements and offer to deliver them to those in need. People who need food can also broadcast this to the community alerting members of a location to where the food can be sent.
All of this can be watched live much like the Uber ride-sharing application. Users will earn a reputation for doing good deeds by receiving