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matt Hogan
matt HoganMaker@matthewphogan · CEO Datacoup
Thanks for upvoting our product. There are 3 of us, and we just launched. Very exciting to see people using it. We are definitely pushing the envelope on data and privacy. Our view is that the creator of data should be the chief beneficiary of its value. This version of the product is just our first baby step toward that end goal. Would be great to hear everyone's feedback.
Yahel Carmon
Yahel Carmon@yahel · Creator, SharedCount
@matthewphogan What's the current payout range look like? It's hard for me to weigh the value of giving you my data before knowing what the potential return. Are we talking $1/mo? $10? $100?
Alex Prushynskyy
Alex Prushynskyy@areuent · Product/QA at Officepal
@matthewphogan I have a service, my user collect data about themselves, can they sell it on your service?
michael@michael_mclean · spartan
Almost all social media is free to use because you pay with privacy as a currency. By offering your data for a fee, the value traditionally captured by companies gets transferred directly to your bank account. This is empowering.
Jonno Riekwel
Jonno Riekwel@jonnotie · Product Designer
This is a bit crazy.
ArushHiring@arush · Co-founder,
@Jonnotie Agree.
Kevin Jounk Dolan
Kevin Jounk Dolan@kevinjdolan · CTO, Metric Collective
I always thought this was really, really good satire, but now I'm not sure.
Michael Carrano
Michael Carrano@michaelcarrano · Mobile Software Engineer in NYC.
I've signed up to Datacoup back when they were in beta. I only connected accounts where my data was public anyway such as Twitter. Figured the small amount of money I get from this can go towards renewing a domain I own. Perhaps @matthewphogan will chime in with more details on his plans for Datacoup.