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Blockchain media,Web, can 30 decentralized social media platforms replicate the success of 20 predecessors?

Time : 26/07/2022 Author : ohfevg Click : + -
        Today, we use social media applications such as wechat, discord, twitter and Facebook to transcend space / time constraints and communicate with others, thereby minimizing the time required for communication or social interaction. However, this centralized social media platform has important data such as our personal information and ownership. At the same time, content producers and users are just another data set. When they seek profits, these platforms will sell our privacy or delete / block our content. On the other hand, decentralized social media platforms operate on the public blockchain. To a large extent, anyone can run nodes, access the back end, create applications, and manage feeds, no matter where he is.
 
        In terms of profits, this model is fair and attractive to community members and content creators. The difference between Web3.0 and Web2.0 is that the core requirements of Web3.0 start with social media groups and transactions. The digital assets we hold reflect our choice of community, trading preferences and asset status. As more and more people begin to buy cryptocurrencies, it has become an increasingly urgent need to find like-minded communities in a safe, simple and efficient way. In addition, the existing online data analysis tools are mainly aimed at the needs of project teams with technical support, and there is a lack of an easy-to-use and powerful online tool designed for ordinary individuals in the market.
 
        Bchat provides a set of custom rules called RAAS for individual users based on the data on the chain. Users only need to select rules to receive authentication results (user list or community) that meet the conditions they set. RAAS can be used as ifttt trigger. For example, using RAAS, we can create the following rules: Send a notification to users when the base price of xxnft rises by 50%. In this way, Bchat can be relied on as an easy-to-use consumption tool;. With RAAS, you can find other users who are similar to your profile. If they are not on Bchat, you can also invite NFT by airdrop and get token rewards;.
 
        On Bchat, you can create and join communities. Unlike the traditional Web3.0 community, the Bchat group is composed of real users who have been formally verified by multiple rules. Because members share similar asset portraits, such groups can achieve valuable social interaction;. As an ifttt tool, Bchat will gradually optimize the functions of home page, chat and community, and launch humanized and functional social media products once a huge user group and perfect social network are established;. After gaining user recognition and trust with stable, powerful and satisfactory products, Bchat will provide privacy protection and low-cost C2C trading contracts to empower community trading activities.
 
        At the same time, the platform will release a credit map based on online data and social behavior to build a more secure and traceable user environment for online social networking. Relationone provides one-stop social media functions, including file management, P2P chat, group chat, Dao governance, NFT display, etc. It allows users to quickly log in to the platform through multi chain wallets such as metamask and internetidentity;. Relationone also has a built-in Dao governance function, which allows more Web3.0 users to quickly and easily create Daos without developing contracts independently.
 
        At the same time, relationone allows users to create Dao of any topic, and quickly invite friends with similar interests to participate in community governance;. For relation, data is the most critical factor. It provides developers with development scripts that are easy to develop, test and deploy, so as to achieve efficient deployment of contracts and low code development. DeSO is a decentralized twitter like product with the functions of traditional social media platforms, such as creating personal data and publishing information. In addition, it also provides blockchain native functions, such as social tokens, prompts, and NFT transactions. With DeSO, every creator can get a token that anyone can buy and sell freely on the platform, so that they can monetize their content in an innovative way and establish deeper ties with fans.
 
        Nader al Naji, the founder of the project, revealed that he was the anonymous founder of bitclout, a decentralized social network. 1) Archives on the chain: all archives are stored on the chain and controlled by the user's private key separately, making their identities portable among all applications in the DeSO ecosystem;. 2) Social NFT: the NFT cast on DeSO is associated with the artist's personal data, which can be displayed in the buyer's personal data, enhance the source, and make it inherently social and more valuable. 3) Social token: each profile created on DeSO can be attached with a social token.
 
        Social tokens on DeSO receive cash flow from NFT sales. 5) Posts: all posts and replies are stored and indexed directly on the chain, which means that your content can be ported in all applications in the DeSO ecosystem. Lensprotocol, based on polygon, is a composable decentralized social graph launched by the AAVE team. It has all the conventional social media features we are familiar with. For example, you can edit your profile, post information, and comment / mirror (forward) posts. On lens, such functional interaction is implemented by NFT, which means that users fully own all the content published by their accounts and can control these contents as they think fit.
 
        The most prominent feature of lensprotocol is that it turns the functions of publishing, commenting and mirroring into NFT. It has three types of modules (Focus module, collection module and reference module), allowing users to focus, collect and comment / mirror. In addition, lens also carries out three-layer marking through NFT. Lens also performs three-layer tokenization for NFT. Scalable contract is the core entry point of most interactions in lens protocol. Almost all interactions are compatible with erc721nft contracts, which were cast when the configuration file was created. Lensprotocol is supported by the AAVE team.
 
        The project has sufficient financial support, because there is no news of lens fund-raising. In February this year, lensprotocolbeta launched a new function for testing. Users can join lens to obtain airdrop tokens. At present, the test is over. In recent years, with the increasingly active encryption community, decentralized social media platforms have developed rapidly and attracted much attention. In particular, since many decentralized social media platforms have also begun to get involved in NFT and tokens, more and more encryption users are paying attention to this field, and institutional investors are also promoting this field. The advantages of decentralized social media platforms over centralized peers are reflected in the social value of users in social networks, data and assets.
 
        This decentralized platform can maximize the social value and social relations of each user, while achieving security protection, such as ensuring privacy, data security and platform restrictions on data access. Therefore, when evaluating decentralized social media platforms,. However, decentralized social media platforms have not replaced centralized social media platforms for obvious reasons: 1) decentralized social media platforms are often poorly produced and cannot be compared with centralized competitors in terms of product quality; 2) Decentralized social media platforms have a small user base and cannot fully meet the needs of communication and social networking; 3) They are redundant by centralized competitors, and have met most of the existing user needs; If there is no new demand, users do not think it necessary to switch to another platform; 4) Decentralized social media platforms have flawed economic models and information storage methods, making them powerless in the face of privacy and ownership issues, just like centralized peers.
 
        Of course, these problems also prove that Web3.0 social media platform is still in its infancy, and there is still broad room for growth and profit. Frequent fund-raising activities show that institutional investors have noticed this opportunity and are full of confidence in the future of this field. First of all, I hope you can refer to some things in today's article to grow. Next, I will update more high-quality content so that you can learn from it to grow and master the latest trends in the currency circle. If you are interested, you can pay attention and share the article with the people around you who need it. If you have any questions, you can also leave comments on the background of private messages or in the comment area below. I will answer your questions and solve your doubts.
 
        
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