MadKix, the new social media app looking to provide a secure alternative to TikTok, is currently seeking funding for its future development by launching their crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter.
Los Altos, Sep 7, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - MadKix, the new social media app looking to provide a secure alternative to TikTok, is currently seeking funding for its future development by launching their crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter.
While MadKix is similar to TikTok in some ways, it will be arguably superior because of its AI and Machine Learning and powered video editing, content suggestions, and searching to help find and create the best development in short-form video content.
The funds that MadKix will receive on Kickstarter will be spent on accelerated development of the app for iOS and Android devices, with the goal of expansion into European, Asian, and South American markets. The funds raised from the campaign will also help with overhead costs, marketing, and additional costs to the expansion of the social media app.
Early supporters of their campaign have the opportunity to receive an array of exclusive digital and physical goods, including mugs, t-shirts, PopSockets, face masks, early supporter badges when the app goes live, and more.
MadKix is being developed by Arcia LLC, a technology startup based in Southern California. Arcia, led by CEO Brian Zheng, is developing multiple cutting edge apps and web products intended to disrupt how society uses video, social media, and e-commerce. Zheng has already had extensive experience developing and releasing playable mobile games available on both Android and iOS, making them available to anyone with a smart device.
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