IQ.wiki formerly Everipedia is the largest blockchain and cryptocurrency encyclopedia in the world, with pages on cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum, NFTs like Bored Ape Yacht Club, DeFi projects like Frax Finance, leaders in the space like Vitalik Buterin, and many more aspects of the blockchain space. The IQ token powers IQ.wiki and all edits on the platform are recorded on-chain through Polygon and the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS). The encyclopedia is governed by IQ token stakers who earn rewards for their contribution.  
All edits on IQ.wiki are recorded on the Polygon blockchain with the transaction hash for each edit stored on-chain. The data and images uploaded as part of each wiki are stored on IPFS and the hashes are included on each page for the users to verify. 
IQ.wiki was built on Polygon, the leading Ethereum sidechain to ensure that the platform was both scalable and accessible to the Ethereum ecosystem. IQ.wiki uses the OpenZepplin defender relayer to provide contributors with a gasless user experience.
The IQ token is integral to IQ.wiki. IQ token holders who stake their tokens with the HiIQ staking system, vote on governance decisions involving both the platform and the IQ token itself. IQ token stakers also earn IQ token rewards from staking and contributing to the platform. They also govern BrainDAO, the native DAO and treasury of the IQ ecosystem.  
After the beta period, IQ.wiki plans on introducing HiIQ Brain Pass NFTs for IQ stakers which will provide several benefits including the ability to edit on IQ.wiki. Users will also be able to acquire the NFTs by purchasing them with IQ tokens.
IQ.wiki integrates Magic, a leading user authentication and private key management solution, which allows users to log in to IQ.wiki with their email or social media.
Rebranding from Everipedia to IQ.wiki
IQ.wiki was previously known as Everipedia. On October 11, 2022, Everipedia rebranded as IQ.wiki with the beta launch of the new IQ.wiki crypto encyclopedia platform on Polygon. The original Everipedia name came from the original vision of creating an encyclopedia of everything. After the launch of the IQ token and as Everipedia grew as a knowledge platform for the cryptocurrency space it made sense to create IQ.wiki a new crypto encyclopedia dedicated specifically to the crypto community with new technology and features. The new IQ.wiki name reflects the importance of the IQ token and the role that cryptocurrency and blockchain technology play in the platform. 
IQ.wiki is led by Head Brain Navin Vethanayagam who leads IQ.wiki's Community, Content, and Growth team, and Chief Technology Officer Cesar Rodriguez who leads IQ.wiki's Engineering Department. Navin previously served as Everipedia's Chief Community Officer for several years. Cesar Rodriguez was previously Everipedia's Director of Engineering and led development for the IQ.wiki platform. 
The managers of IQ.wiki's Community, Content & Growth team include Andy Cho who serves as IQ.wiki's Director of Business Development, Violetta Ziborova who serves as IQ.wiki's Content Manager, and Kevin Wang who serves as IQ.wiki's Director of China.
IQ.wiki Blockchain Developer Justin Castillo works with Cesar Rodriguez to coordinate with the BrainDAO engineering team of project managers, backend engineers, front-end engineers, and UX designers. The IQ.wiki technical team also includes Senior Software Engineer Justin Moore who focuses on scalability and Richard Gee who focuses on NFTs and smart contracts.
After the launch of the new IQ.wiki platform, Everipedia Co-founder and CEO Theodor Forselius as well as CFO and COO Suchet Dhindsa transitioned over to the parent company of IQ.wiki, which is dedicated to more broadly investing in the future of knowledge. Everipedia co-founders Sam Kazemian and Travis Moore have also joined the parent company as board members.
IQ OraQles with The Associated Press
2020 US Presidential Election
In 2020, IQ.wiki known as Everipedia at the time developed IQ OraQles,  a service that allows for verified first parties to bring real-world information on-chain. In 2020, The Associated Press used the IQ OraQles system to publish U.S. election race calls on Ethereum. AP signed the data with their own Ethereum address
0x436Ee8cB3a351893b77F8B57c9772DAEc3a96445 which is listed on their website. This marked the first time a US election was called on the blockchain. The historic moment was covered by publications including Forbes, CoinDesk, and Nasdaq News. The on-chain results from the election were also used to resolve a Yield Wars prediction market which saw over $200,000 in volume.      
2020 US Senate Election Race
In December 2020, the Associated Press (AP) expanded its partnership with Everipedia to bring the US senate election race calls on the blockchain through IQ OraQles. The United States Senate elections on January 5, 2020, determined which party controls the United States Senate. Everipedia was offering AP’s senate race calls in a trusted and transparent manner through the use of oracles. AP signed the data cryptographically and published results with their Ethereum Public Key
0x436ee8cb3a351893b77f8b57c9772daec3a96445.   
Super Bowl LV
On February 7, 2021, The Associated Press used Everipedia's IQ OraQles software to call the Tampa Bay Buccaneer's Super Bowl LV win on Ethereum. This marked the first time that Super Bowl game results had been recorded on-chain.  
AP's First NFT
In March 2021, AP collaborated with Everipedia to create a one-of-one NFT artwork commemorating the first US election recorded on the blockchain titled The Associated Press calls the 2020 Presidential Election on Blockchain - A View from Outer Space. The NFT artwork was created and published on Ethereum by AP using their Ethereum address
0x436Ee8cB3a351893b77F8B57c9772DAEc3a96445. AP used this same address to declare the winner of the United States 2020 Presidential Election. AP’s unique Ethereum address acts as a cryptographic signature for The Associated Press calls the 2020 Presidential Election on Blockchain - A View from Outer Space and shows that AP has verified the historic election data displayed in the piece as well as the metadata in the NFT. Within the NFT’s metadata AP has included the exact date and time that AP called the election, the electoral college votes won by Republicans and Democrats, the names of both candidates, and the number of votes received by each candidate.   
2021 March Madness
In March 2021, AP used the IQ.wiki known as Everipedia's IQ OraQles software to publish the results of all 67 March Madness games as well as the scores and schedules on the Ethereum blockchain.  
Originally, Everipedia started with a mission to build a more modern and inclusive version of Wikipedia. Sam and Theodor were inspired by Y Combinator's co-founder Paul Graham's blog post published in 2008 entitled "Startup Ideas We'd Like to Fund." In his list of ideas, he called for "more open alternatives to Wikipedia": 
In April 2015, Travis Moore joined Everipedia's team as a co-founder and their CTO. In September 2017, Suchet Dhindsa joined as Everipedia's COO.
On December 6, 2017, Everipedia announced that they were building "the first encyclopedia on the blockchain." Using EOS blockchain technology, they stated they are working on a cryptocurrency token called IQ. On the same day, Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger joined the team serving as Everipedia's Chief Information Officer until he launched the non-profit Knowledge Standards Foundation in 2019. The whitepaper later described Everipedia as a decentralized database that creates an incentivized peer-to-peer network (known as the Everipedia Network) for submitting, curating, and governing a database of encyclopedia articles.  
On July 12, 2018, Everipedia moved onto the EOS blockchain and launched the IQ token airdropping 51% of the IQ token supply to EOS holders. Everipedia Co-Founder and CTO Travis Moore explained that by doing an airdrop Everipedia would ensure the widest possible distribution of IQ tokens with every EOS holder receiving tokens. 
"The airdrop will play a significant role in helping Everipedia accomplish as wide of a distribution as possible for IQ tokens."
In July 2015, Everipedia received seed funding from Mucker Capital. Shortly after, Everipedia received its first outside investment from angel investor Kami Parsa. It also received funds from multiple other angel investors that year, including David Segura and David Petersen, the co-founder and CEO of Buildzoom.  
In 2016, Everipedia received $130,000 on Wefunder, a crowdfunding service that connects start-ups with investors online.
On February 8, 2018, Everipedia announced that they had received $30 million of funding from a group of strategic investors in a Series A led by Galaxy Digital.