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Posted 18 June 2012 - 09:47 AM
zurker is a brand-new social network currently in beta testing and not open to general public.Zurker is the only social network owned by its members. Not only do you own your content on Zurker, you own part of the actual social network itself! Members get vShares (a stake of ownership, or equity) in Zurker for referring their friends.
vShares are a stake in Zurker. Specifically, vShares are units of equity in the Zurker Project allocated to members during alpha and beta testing. While vShares are a form of ownership, vShares shouldn't be confused with shares or stock, as Zurker isn't a public company yet.vShares are allocated to members in exchange for inviting their friends to Zurker. vShares may also be purchased for cash.One vShare is equivalent to ownership of 1/1,000,000 of Zurker. When 1,000,000 vShares have been allocated, Zurker will be restructured as a public corporation and vShares will become real shares. Zurker disburses Vshares in exchange of cash and refferals. By inviting friends to zurker you will be allocated vshares. More the number of refferals, more will be your Vshares. The idea behind disbursing the Vshares is that the acquisition cost of users usually estimates to be $7.5 per user and Vshares is a cheaper alternative.
If any one is interested to join mail me at email@example.com as Zurker is not open to public yet, it can be joined only through a refferal.