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Published On: Tue, Sep 2nd, 2014

Saving America premieres online town hall, social media site, debuts new digital currency

Saving America, a free to use, non-partisan social empowerment platform fueled by a new digital currency, premiered today at SavingAmerica.com.

Saving America bit coin US currencyCitizens seeking a better way to talk, share, and rediscover their nation will love Saving America, a digital town hall designed to inspire intelligent discussion on the issues that matter most. Every voice will be heard because our country’s problems can be best solved – and our triumphs best celebrated – by its own people.

For the first time in social media history, users of a discussion platform will be incentivized with real digital cash to create quality content. Contributions to Saving America will be rewarded with SA Coin, a brand-new cryptocurrency designed with change in mind. SA Coins are exchangeable for all sorts of goods, services or other real life currencies – unlike any other social media token. Members earn SA Coins just for using Saving America, and can earn bonus SA Coins by making valuable contributions to the national discussion. The more the community appreciates a post or comment, the more SA Coins the contributing member earns. It’s a system of “checks and balances” built for the modern Internet.

The beautifully designed, user-friendly and cutting edge Saving America platform allows members to share ideas, images or videos for the whole country to see. With a click, members can also poll the public to find out how Americans really feel, or post hyperlinks to news stories anywhere on the web. Every post is home to its own vibrant discussion, where users from every corner of the United States can enrich the conversation with their own wisdom and experience.

President Bill Clinton said over 20 years ago: “There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by what is right with America.” Years before, Ronald Reagan said: “They say the world has become too complex for simple answers. They are wrong.” The Founders of Saving America agree, encouraging members to voice their greatest concerns, and to find practical solutions to our biggest problems. Beyond the unprecedented reward of SA Coins, users are further rewarded with Badges, a system that recognizes those who make a powerful or positive impact on the community.

Saving America CCO Eric Yaverbaum said, “Saving America was designed to be the best way for Americans to exercise their right to freedom of speech on the Internet. We have built a system that encourages civil, thoughtful discourse for all, backed by the exciting new SA Coin, a digital currency that could fund and change elections.”

Saving America CEO Courtney Jones said, “Saving America promises the ability to see what our country looks like through the eyes of others. With our platform, users have the best chance to truly understand each other’s point of view. “ He added, “We designed the SA Coin and Saving America knowing that the American people have unlimited creativity, ingenuity and tenacity. By cooperating, we can solve our greatest challenges. Starting today, every American will have the technology, incentive, and opportunity to join together, united, and begin Saving America.”

For more information, or to join Saving America, visit savingamerica.com.

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