To all who believed in and supported us during our operation: Thank you. For the better half of a decade, I have lived and breathed this company. But, unfortunate events prevented us from continuing our journey. We are heartbroken and sorry to inform you of the end of YawLife. We wish you all the best; may your fortune be better than ours. May your dreams see the light of day.
*Venture far, never give up. It's better to try and fail, then to never try at all. Stay safe, stay healthy.
YawLife aimed to create a social network that rewarded its users for posting and curating original content, all whilst respecting their privacy. Looking at the world, we saw that when a platform is free, the users are the product... which has led to major companies abusing its users. From the outset, we were to be different. We were to be better. We had a prototype, we had the architecture designed, and a revolutionary user interface built.We tried to innovate within the blockchain ecosystem. At times we were taken advantage of by lawyers who did shoddy legal work for a pretty penny, including breaking a patent we'd already built to USPTO specifications. This, combined with other factors, led to our downfall. Things never go perfect in running a company, and not all tumultuous waters can be navigated. This page serves as a monument to what was, to what could have been, and to bring clarity to those who wonder why we no longer exist.