December 3, 2019 – Equalfish.org proudly announce the launch of their game-changing platform created to help answer some of the world’s biggest questions covering climate change, cancer, water shortages, diabetes, economic growth e.t.c using the power of crowdsourcing. Unlike other online answer/solution platforms, EqualFish operates in a collaborative manner with each page of the site a product of input from different people around the world.
The internet is an open space where anybody can write about almost anything. Still, in recent years, people have grown weary of unreliable, unverified, and misleading information. More than ever, there is a growing need for reliable and verified sources of solution and information that are not only peer-reviewed but continuously peer verified as well.
“We believe that quality problem-solving information should be made available and free. We believe strongly that there are people who share the same passion but only need a platform like EqualFish where they can share their expertise for free and also learn as they do so,” says Nathan Bair
He says further, “We bring together hundreds of experts with the passion for making the world a better place by sharing thoughtful, data-backed, and realistic solutions to some of the most avoided questions. Our platform relies on crowdsourced content written and cross-verified by our growing list of members. If you need “the” answer to your question, Equalfish.com is the place to go.”
These solutions are free for anyone with the time, funds, and passion to take and implement in the world for real and lasting change. The platform hosts answers and solutions from people who are passionate about making the world a better place by sharing their knowledge and expertise with others. Unlike other profit-driven platforms, EqualFish does not serve ads to visitors and does not plan to do so. EqualFish relies on donations from visitors who would like to support EqualFish.
For more information, visit Equalfish.org
Equalfish is a new platform that provides some of the best solutions to the world’s biggest problems using crowdsourcing. The company aims to do for ‘solutions’ what Wikipedia did for information and utilize the power of the crowd to solve the world’s biggest problems. EqualFish removes the barriers that stop cross-disciplinary teams from forming and merging their expertise.