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Everipedia () is a wiki-based online encyclopedia. Founded in December 2014, the site was launched in January 2015 as a fork of Wikipedia. It is owned by Everipedia, Inc., a for-profit company headquartered in Westwood, Los Angeles, California. As of October 2017, the majority of Everipedia pages are copies of Wikipedia articles. The company uses EOS blockchain technology and a cryptocurrency token called IQ to encourage content generation and to stop certain countries from blocking its content. Everipedia launched on the EOS blockchain on August 9, 2018.

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  • Everipedia () is a wiki-based online encyclopedia. Founded in December 2014, the site was launched in January 2015 as a fork of Wikipedia. It is owned by Everipedia, Inc., a for-profit company headquartered in Westwood, Los Angeles, California. As of October 2017, the majority of Everipedia pages are copies of Wikipedia articles. The company uses EOS blockchain technology and a cryptocurrency token called IQ to encourage content generation and to stop certain countries from blocking its content. Everipedia launched on the EOS blockchain on August 9, 2018.
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  • Everipedia () is a wiki-based online encyclopedia. Founded in December 2014, the site was launched in January 2015 as a fork of Wikipedia. It is owned by Everipedia, Inc., a for-profit company headquartered in Westwood, Los Angeles, California. As of October 2017, the majority of Everipedia pages are copies of Wikipedia articles. The site's name is a portmanteau of the words "everything" and "encyclopedia". Everipedia aims to build the most accessible online encyclopedia, and not be as restrictive as Wikipedia. Everipedia adapted social media elements such as letting celebrities communicate with fans, and allows users to create pages on any topic as long as the content is cited and neutral. The site has been criticized for presenting false information on breaking news events, and for its original articles being focused on sensational topics such as YouTubers. The company uses EOS blockchain technology and a cryptocurrency token called IQ to encourage content generation and to stop certain countries from blocking its content. Everipedia launched on the EOS blockchain on August 9, 2018.
  • Everipedia () is a wiki-based online encyclopedia. Founded in December 2014, the site was launched in January 2015 as a fork of Wikipedia. It is owned by Everipedia, Inc., a for-profit company headquartered in Westwood, Los Angeles, California. As of October 2017, the majority of Everipedia pages are copies of Wikipedia articles. The site's name is a portmanteau of the words "everything" and "encyclopedia". Everipedia aims to build the most accessible online encyclopedia, and not be as restrictive as Wikipedia. Everipedia adapted social media elements such as letting celebrities communicate with fans, and allows users to create pages on any topic as long as the content is cited and neutral. The site has been criticized for presenting false information on breaking news events, and for its original articles being focused on sensational topics such as YouTubers, and for its website heavily relying on JavaScript and AJAX for basic functionality such as viewing articles and opening references. The company uses EOS blockchain technology and a cryptocurrency token called IQ to encourage content generation and to stop certain countries from blocking its content. Everipedia launched on the EOS blockchain on August 9, 2018.
  • Everipedia () is a wiki-based online encyclopedia. Founded in December 2014, the site was launched in January 2015 as a fork of Wikipedia. It is owned by Everipedia, Inc., a for-profit company headquartered in Westwood, Los Angeles, California. As of October 2017, the majority of Everipedia pages are copies of Wikipedia articles. The site's name is a portmanteau of the words "everything" and "encyclopedia". Everipedia aims to build the most accessible online encyclopedia, and not be as restrictive as Wikipedia. Everipedia adapted social media elements such as letting celebrities communicate with fans, and allows users to create pages on any topic as long as the content is cited and neutral. The site has been criticized for presenting false information on breaking news events, and for its original articles being focused on sensational topics such as YouTubers, and for its website heavily relying on JavaScript and AJAX for basic functionality such as viewing articles and opening references. The company uses EOS blockchain technology and a cryptocurrency token called IQ to encourage content generation and to stop certain countries from blocking its content. Everipedia launched on the EOS blockchain on August 9, 2018. On October 15, 2020 the Associated Press announced a partnership with Everipedia to verify US election results. The Associated Press’s (AP) 2020 election results will be recorded on Everipedia’s blockchain database Everipedia will publish the election's final results declared by AP after sufficient votes are counted, said Dwayne Desaulniers, the news organization’s director of enterprise, environmental, social and governance and data licensing.
  • Everipedia () is a wiki-based online encyclopedia. Founded in December 2014, the site was launched in January 2015 as a fork of Wikipedia. It is owned by Everipedia, Inc., a for-profit company headquartered in Westwood, Los Angeles, California. As of October 2017, the majority of Everipedia pages are copies of Wikipedia articles. The site's name is a portmanteau of the words "everything" and "encyclopedia". Everipedia aims to build the most accessible online encyclopedia, and not be as restrictive as Wikipedia. Everipedia adapted social media elements such as letting celebrities communicate with fans, and allows users to create pages on any topic as long as the content is cited and neutral. The site has been criticized for presenting false information on breaking news events, and for its original articles being focused on sensational topics such as YouTubers, and for its website heavily relying on JavaScript and AJAX for basic functionality such as viewing articles and opening references. The company uses EOS blockchain technology and a cryptocurrency token called IQ to encourage content generation and to stop certain countries from blocking its content. Everipedia launched on the EOS blockchain on August 9, 2018. On October 15, 2020 the Associated Press (AP) announced a partnership with Everipedia to verify US election results. AP's 2020 US election results will be recorded on Everipedia’s blockchain database. Everipedia will publish the election's final results declared by AP after sufficient votes are counted, said Dwayne Desaulniers, AP’s director of enterprise, environmental, social and governance and data licensing.
  • Everipedia () is a wiki-based online encyclopedia. Founded in December 2014, the site was launched in January 2015 as a fork of Wikipedia. It is owned by Everipedia, Inc., a for-profit company headquartered in Westwood, Los Angeles, California. As of October 2017, the majority of Everipedia pages are copies of Wikipedia articles. The site's name is a portmanteau of the words "everything" and "encyclopedia". Everipedia aims to build the most accessible online encyclopedia, and not be as restrictive as Wikipedia. Everipedia adapted social media elements such as letting celebrities communicate with fans, and allows users to create pages on any topic as long as the content is cited and neutral. The site has been criticized for presenting false information on breaking news events, and for its original articles being focused on sensational topics such as YouTubers, and for its website heavily relying on JavaScript and AJAX for basic functionality such as viewing articles and opening references. The company uses EOS blockchain technology and a cryptocurrency token called IQ to encourage content generation and to stop certain countries from blocking its content. Everipedia launched on the EOS blockchain on August 9, 2018. On October 15, 2020 the Associated Press (AP) announced a partnership with Everipedia to verify the results of the 2020 United States elections. AP's results will be recorded on Everipedia’s blockchain database. According to AP’s director of data licensing Dwayne Desaulniers, Everipedia will publish the election's final results declared by AP after sufficient votes are counted.
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