Christopher Bouzy, founder of social media monitoring firm Bot Sentinel, recently unveiled a new social media platform known as Spoutible. According to him, Spoutible will serve as an alternative that is less toxic and civil compared to Twitter.
Spoutible provides several features designed to promote civility and reduce toxicity on its platform, such as requiring users to verify their identities before creating accounts. Furthermore, there are tools within Spoutible which enable users to report or block inappropriate material.
Bouzy believes that Spoutible could become a major player in the social media market and has already received interest from several high-profile investors.
Spoutible has yet to make an impressionful statement about its ability to compete successfully in the social media market, but Bouzy’s track record with Bot Sentinel indicates he is an accomplished entrepreneur committed to making the internet a better place.
Here are some features of Spoutible:
- Identity Verification: Users are required to undergo identity verification in order to create accounts on our platform, in order to decrease the number of fake profiles and bots/trolls on it.
- Reporting and blocking tools: Users have the ability to report and block abusive content in order to promote a more civil and less toxic environment.
- Community Guidelines: Spoutible offers a set of Community Guidelines which all users are expected to abide by in order to maintain a welcoming and safe platform experience for everyone.
Spoutible may still be young, but it has the potential to become a formidable social media platform. Bouzy is an accomplished entrepreneur committed to improving the internet; if his vision for Spoutible comes to fruition it could become an attractive alternative to Twitter.