You Can Now Share Your Experiences With Members

From today on, you can share and write about your experiences with other Trustroots members! Trustroots has been growing at a steady pace since 2014, and Trustroots members can tend to share a common mindset. A vast majority of the community are helpful, kind, responsible and respectful to others and when there are disputes, ourContinue reading “You Can Now Share Your Experiences With Members”

Iberian Collective

tl;dr We’re organizing a Trustroots Collective this Autumn somewhere in the South of Portugal or in Andalusia. What A Collective is a time and space bound group of people choosing to work non profit on the same cause they believe in, like hospitality (exchange) or contributing in helping for any other reason. In short, weContinue reading “Iberian Collective”

Trustroots goes invitation only

From today, new members can only join Trustroots by invitation. Why? Trustroots is growing, we’ve just passed 25’000 members. We recently issued our first member ban. Until now Trustroots has been focused around the hitchhiking community. As we grow, we want to manage the transition to a wider audience carefully. Right now we simply don’t have the features toContinue reading “Trustroots goes invitation only”

Introducing Trustroots Tribes*

Today we’re introducing Trustroots Tribes*. A Tribe* is a group of people on Trustroots with similar interests. How do you build a trust network that can scale up when it grows bigger? This question has occupied our minds for a long time. This started long before we actually founded Trustroots, when working on and using similar networks.Continue reading “Introducing Trustroots Tribes*”

The Invisible Key (1)

I was very lucky in 2007, someone called me and offered a spacious flat in the center of the city. Two months after I moved in, I already had all the dinners I could have with my old time friends, but still felt it’d be cool to share it with more people, besides, I usedContinue reading “The Invisible Key (1)”