Video review app Vevue (pronounced ‘vay-view’) recently launched a beta test. The company is paying bitcoin for quick video reviews of locations and events. Bitcoin.com talked to Thomas Olson, Vevue founder, to discuss his latest venture.
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Previously launched as an Ethereum ‘Dapp’ which had users collecting “Vevue equity tokens”, now Vevue has de-cluttered their offering and relaunched with a focus on allowing users to earn and spend only bitcoins. The project originally began in 2014, launching an alpha version with tokens in the summer of 2016.
How to Earn Bitcoin with Vevue
Vevue now allows users to request (requesters) any videos of any place or events such as restaurants or landmarks by pinning them to a map, and place a bitcoin bounty on them. “Anyone can also fund their account with Bitcoin and pin Bitcoin to