I'm not a gig worker, I'm not even American or based in the US, and that's precisely why I won't be creating any content on the platform. More seriously though, while working on the idea behind Tipped, I was amazed to see that most "gig worker content" was either created by non-gig workers, focused on platforms (and their perspectives) or purely geared towards "helping gig workers to maximise their income." Where were the stories, why was all the content so "informational" and why was no one letting gig workers actually own the narrative and tell their side of the story? There's so much sub-culture on places like Reddit, YouTube and Discord, but these communities are fragmented and rarely heard by outsiders. Tipped is all about bringing gig workers under one roof, telling their stories and amplifying their concerns and opinions. Reach out if you have any questions about Tipped or want to get involved.