|What problem are you solving?
|Tokumei is making free speech accessible.
|What is your solution?
|Tokumei is a microblogging platform without user accounts. No need to register before posting, no complicated form to post. Strong anonymity for activists. Quality discussion where all information is treated equally and only an accurate argument works.
|Activists, whistleblowers, journalists, law enforcement, any normal people looking to protect their privacy from marketers and spies.
|How will you make money?
|Tokumei is powered by our own free and open source software. This is highly flexible and powerful, and can be customized for business users as a service.Tokumei also accepts donations, popular among the free and open source software community.
|Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity?
|With the rise of online surveillance and with whistleblowers like Edward Snowden, we\’ve seen a huge increase in demand for private and anonymous software. It is possible for a social application to embrace anonymity too, as seen with 2channel and similar message boards. Tokumei modernizes this concept and makes it accessible.Tokumei is being built by myself, Kyle Farwell. I\’m a high school student in Waterloo, ON, Canada with a passion for freedom and the UNIX philosophy of quality software design. You can find my resume and my other projects at http://kfarwell.org/.
|What type of funding has the company received?
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