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Although it seemed that modern technology had already connected people in every possible way, Gridt is unique in that it enables people to communicate primarily through their actions instead of words. Gridt provides its users with the possibility to create or join a movement anywhere at any time and to connect freely to anyone that is part of it. So what exactly is a movement and how does Gridt differ from existing social platforms?
In this context, we have defined a movement as a group of people with a common goal and who are connected in a directed fashion that allows them to lead and follow each other. As opposed to existing social media, the Gridt is not suited for targeted communication with a specific person or group of choice, since connections are in principle not mutual.
The topology of the Gridt ensures the following qualities:
Movements are not controlled or managed by anyone and give people the freedom to join and leave at any time without requiring anyone’s permission. This means that no one controls its momentum or direction at a level beyond his or her own actions. As long as there is just one individual committed to the joint objective, the group is in motion. Also, the impact of a single action may spread like a ripple throughout the movement. There’s no need to wait for others when you can be the one to set the group in motion. Isn’t that what you would call leadership?
By zooming out from the perspective of a motivational app to that of a social network, one can see that the Gridt is a platform that enables a new way for people to organize themselves.
Great! So… what shall we do with that? Continue to the next page to read our thoughts on that one.