Introduction to AtomJump.com
Each server runs on low-energy mobile-phone-based microprocessors, and should any one server or network fail it's impact will be limited to that local area only, and not the rest of the grid. More information is available in this Whitepaper.
It is free to chat publicly with your family, group or co-workers on your own group. Also see the Messaging User Guide for specific instructions.
Choose Any Topic
Enter a group name in the 'AtomJump' search box. If it is a general topic, you can chat with the public there, or you can share the name of your group with your friends. You can make up a new group without signing in.
It all takes place live, across over 260,000 groups (and counting).
You can share a group with your friends via e.g. SMS by tapping the 3 circle 'share' icon in the top right hand corner. Or you can copy the URL [group]․atomjump․com in the browser address bar, which is unique to your group. E.g. london․atomjump․com for London talk. When you're chatting you can also use the special @ tag at the end of a word to provide a fast link to another group forum eg. london@.
Start a business
Accepting payments from other users off a forum is as easy as writing e.g. 'pay 5 dollars to me' in a message (this will accept payments in $US). Your AtomJump email address must match your Paypal account email. AtomJump take no commission, but standard Paypal charges apply. For UK users, you can also write e.g. 'pay 3.50 pounds' to accept British pounds.
Private forums at xxxx․atomjump․com are purchased at NZ$15 / year per page (US$10). You can set a password on a forum for a private discussion within a family, team or company. With this, you have any volume of messages and any number of users. Note: If this is a trademarked name, we may require proof of ownership.
Your Hosted Messaging Options
Group Chat in Public
$15 per year
Group Chat in Private
? per month
VIP ATOMJUMP.COM Hosting
Any Number of Dedicated Servers
Choice of Plugins
Note: All prices are in New Zealand Dollars. As a guide, NZ$15 = US$10