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Worthyt

Send and Receive Micro-Tips All Over the Internet

Worthyt

Send and Receive Micro-Tips All Over the Internet

Worthyt is a Chrome Extension that lets anyone send and receive monetary tips on websites including YouTube, Reddit, Twitter, Wikipedia, and Hacker News. Anyone can contribute as little as ten cents in money or cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, or Bitcoin Cash) to support content they enjoyed.

The extension adds a simple button right next to each piece of content on websites, so you can just click-to-send and support without leaving the site. No commitment, no subscriptions. Start supporting good content on the Internet today!

This is an old idea that has been going for years, but I like the sound of this version. Can I choose the currency before I send so as to give in the recipients preferred currency? How is money collected by the recipients and what happens to the money if it's not collected? Thank you.
@ianmayman Thanks for the feedback; we know there are some alternatives out there, but we really wanted to focus on ease-of-use, multi-platform compatibility, tipping, no-commitment and flexible payment options. Glad at least some of these value propositions spoke to you!

Yes, you can choose your currency. By default, it is set to the one that has a positive balance, but you can change that at any time by clicking on the extension and going into "Preferences." From there, you can select your Active Currency (the default currency that you send with) and the amount you want to send per button click (in USD).

The funds are automatically transferred to the recipient's Worthyt Account and available for withdrawal. If the user doesn't have a Worthyt account, we will send them a message after their account accumulates a balance of $3 or greater. If after a year the money is not collected, it goes to the platform.

Hope this answers your question!

Best,
Kenny

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