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Decentralised Self-Governing Social Network


All data and multimedia uploads are stored within the encrypted decentralised storage solution that is built and maintained by Sociall.

The team is already working on a solution that utilises IPFS, a peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol, for further decentralision of the platform.


Sociall is slowly moving the entire platform to self-governing. This means that users on Sociall will be able to assist with keeping the platform clean and safe by removing spam and offensive posts.

This “self-governing” feature will give the power back to the people instead of having all power sit with the owning entity. All users that participate will be compensated in SCL for their services.

Decentralised Wallet

Sociall account wallets will be created through a decentralised smart-contract process where there is no owning entity.

The setup entity, being Sociall, will not have control over any funds kept in a user’s account wallet and will never be able to process any transactions on behalf of the user – making it completely decentralised.

Facebook Migration Tool

The team is currently working on a Facebook migration tool to make the move over to Sociall as painless as possible. Data such as your user profile, recent posts, and friends list can all be ported over to Sociall.

Read more about this tool and its in-depth details here.


A majority of Sociall’s projects will be moved to open-source just after mid 2018.

The project may eventually open some repositories up to pull-requests, although this is yet to be confirmed. Outside developers will be able to contribute to the development of Sociall by creating pull-requests on the public repos. If the Sociall development team reviews the request to be of benefit to the platform, then it will be approved.

Open-sourcing all of Sociall’s systems displays transparency to the community.


The platform utilises its own easy-to-use cryptocurrency, called SCL. It is used to pay for all goods and services rather than traditional money.

Think of SCL as the native currency of the platform instead of using multiple different currencies that usually come with conversion fees. SCL is an ERC20 based token on the Ethereum blockchain.

SCL is tradable on many popular cryptocurrency exchanges.


Sociall believes that privacy is a fundamental human right.

  • You own all of your content and personal information. It is not ours.
  • Search engines will never be allowed to index your profile.
  • All feeds are chronologically ordered. We do not manipulate or change the order of your content.
  • We do not share your personal information with anyone.
  • Anything that you delete from Sociall is deleted permanently. We do not store copies.
  • We do not use facial recognition technology.
  • No snooping or surveillance on your activities or data.

Don’t believe us? Wait until we’re open-source in the coming months to see for yourself.


Other features worth noting

Our Team

Role of Coin/Token - Used to buy goods, services and ad spaces on Sociall

Address - 0xd7631787b4dcc87b1254cfd1e5ce48e96823dee8

Symbol - SCL

Circulating supply - 16,714,019.66 SCL

Total supply - 16,714,019.66 SCL

Emission rate - No new coins/tokens will ever be created


  • March 2018

    V2.0b initial closed beta launch. This is where a registered list of almost 300 users will be testing out the new version of Sociall before it is released to the public. The Community section will be added to the closed beta half way through. If the platform becomes more stable during this time, Sociall may open registrations up to more users.
  • May 2018

    V2.0 public launch. By May, all major issues and bugs should be removed, and the platform will be moved to a public release where anyone can sign up. This may be released earlier, although it depends on the success of the closed beta.
  • June 2018

    V2.1 release. Adding Groups and Events sections. Both sections will be public at first, with private options being implemented at a later date. Further bug fixes, code cleanup, enhancements.
  • July 2018

    V2.2 release. Decentralised wallet integration. Users can store SCL securely, although cannot make purchases as the marketplace has not been added. This may also be released sooner, depending on how the security audits go for the Solidity code and Ethereum node setup.
  • August 2018

    V2.3 release. Ad Platform addition. Users can buy ad spaces on the platform and checkout instantly via the SCL held in their account wallet.
  • September 2018

    V2.4 release. Adding the marketplace to Sociall where users can create product posts and make purchases.
  • October 2018

    V2.5 release. Distribution of the Sociall instant access debit card where users can spend their SCL in the real world thanks to MoxyOne. Date is subject to change due to MoxyOne’s roadmap and timeline. Taking the API server, frontend project, and all micro-services open-source. Adopting Stripe and CoinPayments for simple wallet SCL top-ups.
  • November 2018

    V2.6 release. Multilingual capabilities. Concentrating mainly on English, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Hindi on first release, with many more to come. Better privacy settings.
  • December 2018

    V2.7 release. More social integrations such as Facebook and LinkedIn so that users can link their accounts (temporarily) to invite friends and family to Sociall that they already know. Further code enhancements and bug fixes.
  • January 2019

    V2.8 release. Crowdfunding capabilities and posts to raise SCL for a specific goal or purpose.
  • February 2019

    V2.9 release. Further token compatibility (ERC20 tokens). Integrating ShapeShift.
  • March 2019

    V2.10 release. Further instant message improvements such as sending tokens via chat. Further language support.
  • April 2019

    V2.11 release. Business/Company/Organisation pages on Sociall. A normal user account can setup a business account.
  • May 2019

    V2.12 release. End-to-end message encryption.
  • June 2019

    V2.13 release. Release of both iOS and Android mobile applications. Further bug fixes and improvements.
  • July 2019

    V2.14 release. Open API for third party single sign-on capabilities and integrations into foreign websites and applications.
  • September 2019

    V3 release. First release of self-governing capabilities.
  • Beyond

    There are many more features that the team has planned for the project. Sociall listens to the voice of the community and would like to hear your thoughts on future integrations, additions, features and more.