Supernova is an Instagram-like social network with an ethical approach

Users of the Supernova app can check the amount of donations and for what purpose the money was raised. — AFP Relaxnews

Have you heard of “Supernova”? No, we’re not talking astronomy here but rather about a rather unique social network. This new platform wants to bring together good deeds and the Internet by surfing on the positive. Looking to give a knockout punch to online hate, “Supernova” even intends to give the majority of its advertising revenues to charitable causes. Will it be enough to win over generation Z?

Could this be the beginning of a new era on social networks? While a growing number of voices are calling out online hate and demanding action, a new platform called “Supernova” aims to offer an “ethical alternative”, TechCrunch revealed.

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