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    Virtual Tokens

    by imisi ·

    I’m very new to coding and I’m also a writer in my spare moments. I have my own website where I upload articles. I want to start uploading chapters of my books as I write them. Where I have a problem is that I want to gift visitors tokens(virtual coins) for visiting my website. This coins can then be used to read chapter of my book.
    How do I go about this?

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    • #3940632

      Re: tokens

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Virtual Tokens

      That certainly needs a lot of programming on your server, to make and sell the tokens, to require them for reading a chapter and make them invalid again when used.

      If you feel you can’t do that yourself, ask a few developers (freelancers or companies) how much it would cost.

      • #3940630

        Re: tokens

        by imisi ·

        In reply to Re: tokens

        Thanks for your reply Kees_B!
        I understqnd your point. What I’m asking is how do I start?

        • #3940629

          Re: how to start

          by kees_b ·

          In reply to Re: tokens

          Either you start learning implementing a webshop (for tokens) and programming a web server yourself, or you start with finding a few freelancers or companies.

    • #3940626

      Hmm this sounds similar to

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Virtual Tokens

      Writing dot com has such and as Kees noted, you have choices to make now.

      Either take the time to build your skills or look at upwork dot com and similar sites. Another way would be to add staff. Some folk will join your team for reasons such as being credited as a “web master at someplace dot com.”

      Frankly I think this may be a legal nightmare in the works as you may omit speaking to your lawyer. I’m reading:
      https://digitalchamber.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/CHD-19003-16-06-D1-White-Paper-Countries-United-States.pdf

      My advice is to stick to the currency in your country.

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