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  1. Tribe is a white-label platform, empowering the new generation of online communities.

    freemium $85.0 / Monthly (Plus plan - Unlimited users)

    I've been researching a few up and coming community platforms such as tribe.so circle.so pensil.in beam.gg which by initial looks they all seem to share similar frameworks and styles which I'm really impressed by. It's sent me down a rabbit whole to see if there is an open source framework that these platforms are built on?
  2. Pensil provides creators and educators all the digital tools they need to run their online business.

    I've been researching a few up and coming community platforms such as tribe.so circle.so pensil.in beam.gg which by initial looks they all seem to share similar frameworks and styles which I'm really impressed by. It's sent me down a rabbit whole to see if there is an open source framework that these platforms are built on?
  3. Bring together your discussions, memberships, and content. Integrate a thriving community wherever your audience is, all under your own brand.

    I've been researching a few up and coming community platforms such as tribe.so circle.so pensil.in beam.gg which by initial looks they all seem to share similar frameworks and styles which I'm really impressed by. It's sent me down a rabbit whole to see if there is an open source framework that these platforms are built on?
  4. An event platform where people can find esports events

    I've been researching a few up and coming community platforms such as tribe.so circle.so pensil.in beam.gg which by initial looks they all seem to share similar frameworks and styles which I'm really impressed by. It's sent me down a rabbit whole to see if there is an open source framework that these platforms are built on?
  5. Decentralisation - Privacy - Interoperability