Microblogging, reimagined.

Murmur is a new-age decentralized micro-blogging platform that’s entirely user-driven, user-controlled, and rewarding.

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Control your data

Own your personal data as well as the custody of all the content that you generate on the platform. You decide who gets to see and use your data and how.

Control your experiences

On Murmur content curation lies in the hands of the users, not some algorithm. You publish and discover content (and the content source) transparently.

Earn content rewards

Take back value for being a part of Murmur in the form of the MUR token, paid as “tips” and/or rewards by your peers, the network and partner platforms. Use MUR for in-app purchases.

Murmur exists on the blockchain . And so, the platform is less corruptible and resistant to regulation .

  • EOS-based account

    Using Murmur requires an EOS account. You can create/import one for public/private key pairs that are stored locally on your phone. Delegate account in case of contingencies

  • Compulsory EOS staking

    In order to use Murmur, including for posting content, user are required to "stake" EOS Tokens. This, by and large, discourages proliferation of spam and troll farms.

  • Consent-driven privacy

    Cryptographic encryption of private data along with a decentralized validation network results in consent-driven user privacy.


Like any other micro-blogging platform, only better.

Murmur is an open, decentralized social interaction platform that never holds your data or personal information.
Your profile exists independently, separate from the application, and interfaces with the app only for purpose of managing access. This ensures that you retain complete control over the data you share with others, including advertisers and third parties associated with the app, on top of the freedom of content creation. Only remote copy of a user’s public activity is logged in the server.


Public message worth 256 characters are called Murmur. Murmurs are broadcasted on the EOS blockchain.


Sharing a Murmur within your network turns it into a Yell. Yells are also recorded on the EOS blockchain


Appreciating a murmur qualifies as a snoop. Creator of the murmur currently does not know who’s ‘snooped’.


Private messages between you and a peer are called as whispers. Contents of a whisper are encrypted.

New On Murmur

In-app EOS Wallet

Use Murmur for sending, storing and transacting EOS and EOS-based tokens, including MUR. You control your private keys, never Murmur.


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