Injii Breaks New Ground with Streaming Platform

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Chattanooga-Based Company poised to revolutionize the way people give back

Injii, the streaming platform that gives back, announced today the release of a new white paper that introduces its mission. The innovative platform for social impact will empower content creators, charities and fans all over the world to affect positive change in all areas, including poverty, health, human rights and social justice.

According to the National Philanthropic Trust, more than $390 billion was donated to charities in 2016. Unfortunately, $144 billion of that was lost in the cost of fundraising. Injii’s goal is to cut the cost of fundraising to $0, eliminating the barrier to entry for charities looking to raise money for good by connecting them with a built-in audience and live content creators.

"Raising funds for those who need them has never been easier," said Justin Paul, Founder and CEO, injii. "Traditional streaming platforms only compensate content creators by paying them for site traffic or for ad spots, making value generation a one-way street that rewards clickbait. That’s NOT how injii works. Through the integration of blockchain technology, our injii Access Coin (IAC) simultaneously rewards content creators, viewers, and charities for interacting within the injii community, creating an engaging streaming platform that financially supports organizations dedicated to making a difference in the world.”

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Joe Gumm
injii, Director of Communications
E: joe(at)injii(dot)com M: 817-714-0611

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