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Founded by Russell Okamoto and Greg Passmore, Celly aims to create networks where existing social networks don’t work.
Celly provides a quick way to form a group that everyone can join. Participants can be organized into cells of unlimited size by texting a single message.
In schools, students and teachers can communicate with Celly whilst keeping phone numbers private. Group messages can be moderated by one or more curators to keep conversations on-topic.
For city governments, businesses, and neighborhoods, each bureau, office, or block can communicate internally using private cells, which can be linked together into a larger network using hashlinks.