The Web3 Social Hackathon has come to a close and the results were absolutely awesome! From innovative creator platforms, decentralized identity control, sybil-resistant social networks, and token-gated experiences.... Hackathon builders were able unleash their creativity. In this article, we will take a deep dive into each of the winning projects.
Let's deep dive on an emerging trend in the NFT industry. From Yuga Labs to Mindblowon Universe, projects are becoming mainstream brands and are offering a wide range of experiences for their community. Orbis is actively supporting those initiatives by providing decentralized social features and experiences.
Let's explore the growing use of artificial intelligence to generate content for the web and discuss the importance of being able to distinguish between AI-generated content and content created by humans.
Web3 is an exciting new frontier for developers and tech enthusiasts alike, here is a quick guide to cover how to get started in this new ecosystem.
Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) are a new type of identifier that allows individuals to have more control over their digital identities and to use across many different applications.
Learn more about the Ceramic Data Network, a new peer-to-peer network that provides a scalable, secure, and composable platform for storing and sharing data.
A new type of decentralized protocol is emerging under the Web3 Social name. Let's dive into what those decentralized social media protocols are as well as their benefits.
Interested to build but no concrete ideas yet? Let's deep dive on few thought-starters for The Web3 Social Hackathon and learn about leading web3 technologies at the same time. From December 1st to December 31st, you’ll have nine different challenges with endless possibilities and an amazing prize pool of $50,000!
Announcing the integration of web3 Verifiable Credentials in Orbis SDK and Orbis app. For sybil resistance in decentralized social media experiences.
Orbis community manager Adam Dawson explores three key differences between web2 and web3 social applications, and asks what the new social experiences will offer to us all.
Let's explore today's options for building a decentralized social protocol, and explains why we chose to build Orbis Protocol on Ceramic.
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