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HonorPay – Virtual Awards Currency


HonorPay is a fun, online open awards system in which appreciation can be awarded to anyone based around a virtual currency called an Honor.

An Honor is a simple token of appreciation that you can award to anyone for any reason. It is an expression of gratitude and appreciation whose purpose is to inspire, spread positivity, build trust and reputations beyond conventional means of reward.

The HonorPay website states: “To appreciate someone and to feel appreciated is what motivates us the most. Usually we demonstrate our appreciation through a gift or payment, but this is not always easy or appropriate. The Honor token seeks to encapsulate this ‘currency of appreciation’ and make it free for all to use in a public, meaningful way.”

Every user has a unique HonorPay profile which they use to award and receive Honors from other users. In order to give value to the awards, there are some basic limitations to how you use them:

You can only award one Honor per week.
Honors received cannot be traded, sold or awarded to anyone else.
Unawarded Honors are deleted from the system.
You cannot Honor the same person twice in succession.
You cannot Honor yourself.

Every Sunday at 0:00 GMT, a new Honor is created and added to every user account to award to anyone they wish. Honors not awarded within seven days are deleted.

Honorpay is completely free to use, free of ads, available to anyone with a computer or smart phone, and your personal data is never revealed to anyone.

Colin Turner set up this site to help improve lives, create a better world and promote the idea that we do not need money set out in The Free World Charter.

Discussion Point

Does money have any more intrinsic value than an Honor?

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