The first Web 3.0 news platform built on blockchain, Wortheum, gives journalists access to virtually limitless financial opportunities: Wortheum's founder and CEO, Ashutosh Singh

Wortheum, Indias first DPoS blockchain based news and media platform, was officially launched on Friday at the Hilton Garden Inn Lucknow, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow . The Wortheum platform was also listed on the Singapore Based Exchange Coinstore .

Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), India, August 6, 2016: Wortheum, India's first DPoS blockchain based news and media platform, was officially launched on Friday at the Hilton Garden Inn Lucknow, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow.The Wortheum platform was also listed on the Singapore Based Exchange Coinstore.Jaswinder Sehgal, a senior international journalist, moderated the discussion, which began with lamp lighting, followed by a virtual video message from Sindhu Bhaskar, the visionary chairman of EST Global, on the benefit of blockchain technology and its application in journalism.Later, Ashutosh Singh, the founder and CEO of Wortheum, welcomed everyone in the welcome speech, describing the Wortheum platform and how it can address the needs of grassroots journalists.

Explaining the advantages and drawbacks of this website, he said that our aim is to reach every single village of India by means of this platform and empower them.The guests who participated in the screening highlighted the advantages and benefits of this wortheum news platform, according to former CNBC CEO Awaaz Alok Joshi, who said in a panel debate that print journalism has been a challenge for journalists.Grassroot Journalists are a team of people who work hard to meet his demands.Journalists will be rewarded for their complete value via Wortheum, according to Varun Sethi, a Blockchain Advocate at the Supreme Court.

During the workshop, Varun Sethi touched upon legislation concerning the Digital Assets.Through his book, Lalit Bansal, CEO and Blockchain Expert, EIY SYS Pvt.Ltd., addressed the common misconceptions regarding the law of digital assets and hinted at India's status of digital asset law.He said that with the introduction of Web 3.0, journalism would have more flexibility.

In a conversation about Web 1.0, Web 2.0, and Web 3.0, he said that content could only be seen on the website, then Web 2.0 followed, where it could be read, written, and reacted on it, and that in Web 3.0 content can be monetized as well.Ramesh Shrikonda, Marketing Manager of Coinstore Exchange, a Singapore based Crypto Currency exchange, said that this blockchain technology is revolutionary and that the Wortheum decentralized news After Wortheum's listing on the CoinStore Exchange today, transaction will be possible.Dev Raghuvanshi, CEO of Wortheum, said that this is a hack-proof platform with a limitless scalability.Wortheum's CEO, Vishal Verma, spoke about the authenticity of blockchain technology, adding that this is a hack-proof platform.Wortheum is the first Web 3.0 News platform developed by Blockchain, and anyone who likes it earns 50 per cent reward, he said.