The primary concept is to establish a meticulously curated social network where your audience is automatically determined by your possessions, rather than having to chase followers. This network exclusively relies on your wallet possessions, ensuring that you retain complete ownership of it.
We just launched an asset-based social network powered by your digital possessions. No more follows. You automatically get connected with people who share the same NFTs.
Moving on to the topic of censorship, I agree that the problem lies not in the protocol itself, but rather at the level of individual clients. In this context, how can we leverage on-chain elements to foster a less centralized system?
I understand your point, but what sets Farcaster apart from protocols like http or smtp? Is it primarily the inclusion of an on-chain ledger, or does it offer something more distinctive?
So basically what you are saying here is that the promise of a censorship resistant platform doesn’t resist common sense and political correctness?
Someone just told me he had to recreate a new Twitter account because he noticed that all his posts were systematically de-ranked because some of them were written in Spanish… #wtf
Well I guess if your dev skills = 0 X10 it’s still 0 ;-)
Short term because we need to clean up the mess, medium term because soon people will realize they have been scammed by centralized platforms, long term because there is no other option.
I am in!
You mean SVB?