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Historia VS Wikipedia VS Everipedia
January 15, 2019
by: Historia Team

History and the events that comprise it– the triumphs, the mistakes, the acts of goodwill and bad– all require accurate documentation to remain intact throughout time. These records serve as a moral and economic guideline for humanity to advance forward.

These days we have an ever-growing number of the repositories from books to a more robust entities like Wikipedia that is an open platform for anyone to record historical facts and stories.

The question then arises how does Historia differentiate from its main competitors?

Historia Wikipedia Everipedia
Community Driven Yes Yes Yes
Civilian Contributors Yes Yes Yes
Free To Read Yes Yes Yes
Free To Submit A Record Small Fee (Spam prevention) Free No
Rewards the contributor Yes No Yes
Safeguard From False Information Yes No No
Possible To Edit Without Leaving A Trace No Yes No
Previous entries can be deleted No Yes
Possible to censor No Yes No
For-Profit Yes No Yes
Rights to the content stays with the user Yes Yes No
Decentralized outside of organization Yes No No
Incentivised data hosting outside of organization Yes No No
Corporate Funding Model Blockchain Treasury Donation Advertising
The world’s first consensus-based historical record storage blockchain
To read more about the Historia project check out our Whitepaper or join Discord community where the team will answer all your questions.

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Historia is a community project. The influence of any one superpower does not endure in Historia. The project is for the greater good of the global community with allegiance to no one except the everlasting truth of how it actually happened. If you would like to be a part Historia discussion, join us on Discord and let us know your thoughts. All spectrum of opinions and facts wanted, come all.

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