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Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Similar to Visor and other "Teleportation Apps". These type of apps are hard to get off the ground because without network effects, it's not that useful. How are you thinking about this, @yauhenrazhko?
yauhen razhko
yauhen razhkoMaker@yauhenrazhko · CEO
@rrhoover Probably you're right, but we'll take a chance)) We've tried to make it as simple as possible so people can get a short video from any place on the Earth and find out what's going on there at the moment. Moreover, video tells more truth than photo)
Jack DeManche
Jack DeManche@genuinejack · Strategist. Entrepreneur. Nice Guy.
@yauhenrazhko @rrhoover Agreed. There have been some nice attempts, with great UX and hopes... that have flopped. Would love to see a win in this space. RIP Rando. We hardly knew thee (
yauhen razhko
yauhen razhkoMaker@yauhenrazhko · CEO
Our names are Yauhen, Max & Leo and we are the Scope app team. We are from Belarus. Belarus is the country between Russia, Ukraine and Poland. Our mission had always been to figure out how to make this world a better, more tolerable place, however many obstacles this may present. We are sick of terrorism and senseless wars, just like every sensible human being on Earth, tired of wars that are led by governments and businesses around the world. But to understand the problem, we need to see the scale of it. We believe that everyone should have an opportunity TO SEE WHAT’S HAPPENING AT ANY CORNER OF THE WORLD ANY TIME. Thus the idea behind Scope. Our statement