Web3 Online Reviews Marketplace Tested Web Announces Partnership with Silent Notary

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Web 3.0 Share-to-Earn Online Reviews Marketplace, Tested Web, Receives $1,000,000 Grant from Leading Blockchain-Powered Verification Provider, Silent Notary, to Empower Consumers and Businesses with Online Reviews and Information authentic line.

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AUSTIN, Texas, May 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tested Web, a Web3.0 marketplace for online reviews and information, today announced its partnership with Silent Notary, an online validation and notarization provider. line powered by blockchain. Through this partnership, Silent Notary will validate user-generated online reviews on the tested web platform, in addition to the latter’s L2 Solana-powered core protocol. Tested Web also becomes the first company to receive a $1,000,000 UBSN grant.

Founded in 2018, Silent Notary is a cross-platform blockchain solution that ensures the existence, integrity, and attribution of critical communications, processes, and data for individuals and businesses. The solution certifies and protects user data without involving third parties.

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Commenting on the collaboration, Max Breus, CEO of Dubai-based Silent Notary, said, “Our collaboration with Tested Web furthers our ability to deliver an enhanced content review experience to consumers around the world, as well as introducing Silent Notary in new markets. We are excited to combine the Tested Web team’s Share-to-Earn vision with Silent Notary’s advanced decentralized validation solution. Consumers and businesses around the world will have peace of mind and confidence in what they read, thanks to this partnership. We are also thrilled to announce a $1,000,000 UBSN Native Grant to be used for content validations on Tested Web.

Austin-based Tested Web was founded in 2021 after founder Yagub Rahimov began exploring ways to democratize the online review industry when a popular review platform inexplicably took down its authentic review.

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Tested Web will offer users individual blockchain content wallets giving content ownership rights, community moderation based on smart contracts, and a share-to-win mechanism that rewards them for their contributions. The platform also provides businesses with unbiased, real-time insights, insights, customer retention, and lead generation opportunities, regardless of their marketing budgets.

Rahimov also quoted: “We envision a transparent and trustworthy online review industry, which is sorely lacking today. Our web3 vision involves a strengthened hybrid DAO marketplace where users own their reviews, vote for moderation, and earn rewards based on their contribution. Decentralized validation is an essential part of this vision. Unfortunately, there is no single solution among today’s blockchain solutions. Although we have built the majority of our smart contracts and operations as the L2 Solana protocol, we have found Silent Notary’s solution to validate any content exceptionally fast and cost effective. Even our first operations require the ability to support over 100,000 blockchain validations every day, and through this partnership, we will be able to offer real-time, cost-effective validation to our community with complete transparency.

To visit www.TestedWeb.com to learn more and join the limited whitelist.

To visit www.SilentNotary.com to learn more about Silent Notary and try the app.

Contact:

(Oscar) Thaw by Min Khant

TestedWeb.com

twitter.com/testedweb

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