This also marked the start of a three-year partnership between the companies, focusing on Web Monetization for Hacker Noon’s contributing writers.
It uses a proposed open web standard called Web Monetization to do this.
Putting the two together would seem like a natural next step, as Hacker Noon CEO David Smooke explained:“We want to become the best place for tech professionals to read, write and publish.
The only difference will be that those who are Coil subscribers will be streaming micropayments directly to the writers.
Upping the stakesCoil’s investment of $1 million means that it will take around an 8 percent stake in Hacker Noon.

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