ResearchHub, a content community project aimed at promoting scientific research progress, announced the official launch and launched the original encryption token ResearchCoin (RSC). RSC will serve as a way for users to get rewards for contributing content to ResearchHub. When users add content (new papers, reviews, peer reviews or key points) to ResearchHub, they will get corresponding RSC rewards. Users will get an RSC every time they receive a like on ResearchHub, and the reward rules may be adjusted later. . How much of the RSC a user obtains on ResearchHub is included in the reputation of the site. Users with high reputation (about the top 10%) can play the role of moderator and have the right to mark, edit or delete low-quality or off-topic content to help maintain ResearchHub is a community content standard. The reputation on ResearchHub can only be obtained through content contributions and can never be purchased. The ResearchHub platform is managed by its centralized autonomous organization (DAO), and RSC holders have the opportunity to participate in the governance of the entire community by voting. ResearchHub stated that the project aims to accelerate the pace of scientific research by encouraging academia to interact in a completely open and cooperative manner.