Coshare: A New Concept of Online Transaction/Interaction launches Kickstarter Campaign!

Now Seeking Community Support, It is a first of its kind Trust Network for Individuals to Interact or Transact with Each Other!

Coshare or Community Share is a first of its kind networking solution and a whole new way to connect people. It is a reliable network based on trust networking to make people safely trust each other on the internet. The network has several amazing feature as well as benefits and it now seeking generous community support on Kickstarter.

“I have developed Coshare as a proprietary method for establishing instant credibility in online transactions and interactions without engaging in background checks, or social security numbers.” Said the creator of this amazing project while introducing it on Kickstarter. “This ensures that, when the transaction or interaction moves from online to offline, both parties will be confident in knowing that the other party is acting in good faith.” He added.

Coshare is basically all about Trust Networking that makes person to person transactions over the web safer that they were ever before. With this platform, people will be comfortable listing their diamond rings on craigslist, because they will have the information they need to know that the person they are dealing with is Coshare Approved. This means that whoever is Coshare approved will be a safe person to deal with online.

The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: and backers can pledge as much as $1000 for this project.

About Coshare

Coshare is a futuristic concept of carrying out trusted activity over the internet. The project is a community sharing idea that will make transactions and interactions online safer and more affordable for everyone. The project is now seeking community support and everyone can find out more about this project on its Kickstarter campaign page.

Media Contact
Company Name: COSHARE
Contact Person: Paul Spencer
Phone: 4846869504
City: New Canaan
State: Connecticut
Country: United States