Platforms like Patreon have pioneered a more sustainable form of crowdfunding through smaller but recurring pledges. These subscriptions help creators generate a reliable income and focus on their creations, which is increasingly popular for artists and content creators as well as software and game developers.
However, creators are still subject to illegitimate refunds, chargebacks, payment issues and platform censorship. Today, there is no viable solution for recurring cryptocurrency payments. Subscribers either have to send their funds to a 3rd party wallet, pay for months upfront or pay manually every month.
This article is about a competitor of the Tender application Celebrate for micro donations
Pacio’s Tender app for micro donations:
Celebrate is a micro donation app. Users can celebrate content they love by giving the authors as little as 1 cent. The app is made by authors for authors and by users for users. It is not for profit (as is Patreon) and comes with zero fees and zero censorship. It is not for profit (as is Patreon), comes with zero fees and zero censorship. It uses ground-breaking decentralised ledger technology Pacio/Holochain that makes true peer2peer micro-transactions possible: Cheap, fast, secure