PeerQ Alternatives

    PeerQ is described as 'Quora like monetized knowledge sharing platform that can be used for asking questions, providing answers, offering bounties and completing tasks to earn BitCash cryptocurrency' and is an website in the Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency category. There are more than 50 alternatives to PeerQ, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Android, iPhone, Android Tablet and iPad. The best alternative is Reddit, which is free. Other great sites and apps similar to PeerQ are Stack Overflow (Free Personal), Slant (Free), Quora (Free) and Stack Exchange (Free).

    This page was last updated Jun 3, 2021

    1. Reddit (stylized in its logo as reddit) is an American social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website. Registered members submit content to the site such as links, text posts, and images, which are then voted up or down by other members.
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    2. Stack Overflow, part of Stack Exchange, is a free, community-driven, reputation-based Q & A site for computer programmers. No membership is required to ask questions or provide answers to questions by others.
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    3. Slant is a product recommendation community that helps connect people with the best products for them. You shouldn’t have to waste time and money to find solutions to your problems.
    4. Quora.com is a question/answer service allowing users to pose questions that other users can answer, each question and answer can have comments, each users can write one individual answer and there can be a summary answer.
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      Stack Exchange is a fast-growing network of 84 [and counting] question and answer sites on diverse topics from software programming to cooking to photography and gaming.
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    5. A non-censored social platform where users are incentivized to contribute and curate content. The users decide what is valuable by voting, and content regarded valuable is rewarded with money.
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      Super User, part of Stack Exchange , is a Q&A site for computer enthusiasts that's free.
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    6. Ruqqus is an open-source platform for online communities, free of censorship and moderator abuse by design.
    7. Scoold is inspired by StackOverflow and implements most of its features. You can ask and answer questions, upvote and downvote posts, earn badges and reputation. Each edit creates an new revision, making it easy to follow the history of edits. Scoold is optimized for the cloud.
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      Server Fault is a Q&A site for system administrators and IT professionals that's free.
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