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About us

Continuum is the community-led education platform that helps creatives learn the skills they need to succeed in the digital economy. After building in the freelance tools space in early 2021, we realized how neglected the creative community was at scale.

Sure, there are dozens of tools to help us manage projects, send invoices, and get paid, but nothing to help us truly connect and learn together.

Continuum is founded and led by self-taught creatives. We’ve personally had our lives changed by the incredible generosity of the creative community online. We built Continuum to tap into this community and give it the resources and tools it deserves.
 
As creatives, we’ve posted millions of pieces of content — tutorials, insights, advice, resources etc. — yet we are still operating, in our view, a globally dispersed design and business school, on photo and video sharing platforms.

Continuum was built specifically for the creative community and our learning ecosystem.

We are a curated feed of short-form content on all the topics you need to thrive as a creative in today’s digital-first world. Everything on the platform is actionable, educational, and supported by gamified learning features like rewards, notes, and quizzes.

Our
Mission

Continuum’s mission is to democratize creative education to create new pathways to financial freedom for all through the pixelated economy.
We will be free for learners, forever.

A large aspect of how we execute our mission is through our learn-to-earn model. As a learner or creator on the app, you earn $UMM tokens for watching content, posting content, bettering yourself, and engaging with the community. With these tokens, users are granted governance
in the platform; meaning you’ll have a say in the decisions surrounding the product or community. When we first began building Continuum,
we realized this ownership aspect would be key to fulfilling our mission.
We have to build together.

Faqs

What is Continuum?

Continuum is the learning platform for creatives. You can learn in-demand digital skills to grow your career or business — for free.

Who is Continuum for?

Continuum is for anyone who wants to learn creative or business skills — designers, artists, marketers, creators, students, freelancers, business owners, community managers, social media managers etc.

How do I withdraw my MATIC rewards?

Please join our community and reach out to our team, do take note that currently MATIC rewards can only be earned by first-time users. We are working to make MATIC rewards available to all users as soon as possible.

What can I do on Continuum?

Currently, you can watch content, engage in discussions, and take courses, notes, and quizzes on the topics that interest you!If you’re a creator interested in posting or collaborating on content or events, apply to be a Continuum Creator here.


If you’re a brand interested in collaborating or utilizing Continuum to host content about your product or service, contact us here.

How does Continuum make money?

Continuum collaborates with start-ups and brands to share content and information about their product.Currently, we operate off of a pre-seed fund lead by Shima Capital!

How is Continuum different than Instagram or TikTok?

Continuum was built with the creative education community in mind. We need more than comment sections and hashtags to connect this incredible community of educators, learners, and creators.All content on the Continuum platform is curated to ensure you are learning from the best, in the most efficient and engaging way possible

Continuum is learn to earn; what does that mean?

Learn to Earn (L2E) is an education model where people are paid to learn and contribute to the growth of a thriving community of educators and learners.

On Continuum, users earn tokens for watching content, posting content, and engaging in Continuum’s educational ecosystem. Currently, we track your “earnings” via a point system, while we develop a long-term plan for tokenomics. Eventually, you’ll be able to convert points you’ve earned in the ecosystem to our ERC 20 token, $UMM. We plan to have this functionality by the end of 2022.

Learn to earn turns the current dynamic we have for education in our society on it’s head; instead of having the economic barrier of having to pay for access education, learners are able to earn exchangeable value for bettering themselves and their community.

Continuum believes everyone should have access to the education on digital skills that will enable them financial freedom and fulfillment in our growing digital economy

What are tokens?

A token within the Continuum context is an ERC-20 cryptocurrency that gives represents certain utility and governance rights on the platform.

How do I earn tokens?

Subject to change:
Points are earned for many actions you may take in the Continuum app. At the end of each week $UUM tokens are distributed to users in proportion to the points earned in the app that week.

Below is a list of specific ways that points can be earned in Continuum:

Learners

  • View bits (a unit of our short-form content) and take courses (a collection of bits)
  • Watch a bit
  • Complete a bit
  • Complete a lesson
  • Complete a course
  • Pass a quiz (they are at the end of most bits)
  • Engage in discussions
  • If your responses in discussions get likes or upvotes
  • Receive tips
  • Streaks (using the app 2+ days in a row)
  • Various forms of leveling up
  • Inviting ppl to the network
  • Tokens earned from fractional purchases in course NFTs.


Creators

(Creators are Learner accounts with the right to also create content. Ergo, they can earn tokens as a Learner. The opportunities below are just for Creators)

  • Uploading new content to the platform
  • Minutes of content viewed by Learners

How does Continuum use NFTs?

Continuum issues Proof of Completion NFTs for select course and achievements in the app!

The team

Jason Curry

Co-Founder & CEO

Jamey Gannon

Co-Founder & CD

Courtney Langley

Product Manager

Vadim Hrytsenko

Product Designer

Zhang Ruiyang

Lead Engineer

Dmitry Pavlov

Front-End Developer

Brian Wong Jun Han

Community Ops

Kristy Curry

Director of Partnerships

Anton Muravev

Backend Developer

Yongki Agustinus

Full-Stack Developer

Alexandr Egorov  

Front-End Developer

Dmitry Pavlov

Front-End Developer

Roman Pishvanov

Front-End Developer

Nadezhda Mihailova

Project Manager

Jason Curry

Co-Founder & CEO

Jamey Gannon

Co-Founder & CD

Courtney Langley

Product Manager

Vadim Hrytsenko

Product Designer

Zhang Ruiyang

Lead Engineer

Brian Wong Jun Han

Community Ops

Kristy Curry

Director of Partnerships

Anton Muravev

Backend Developer

Yongki Agustinus

Full-Stack Developer

Alexandr Egorov  

Front-End Developer

Dmitry Pavlov

Front-End Developer

Roman Pishvanov

Front-End Developer

Nadezhda Mihailova

Project Manager