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Path to Decentralization | Driipa
Faster, Better, Rewarding & Permissionless
There are many different social media platforms available today, each with its own unique features and purposes. Some platforms, like Facebook and Twitter, are general-purpose networks that can be used for a variety of purposes, while others, like Snapchat or Vine, are more specialized and are designed for specific purposes. No matter which social media platforms you use, it's important to be aware of their unique features and how to use them to the best advantage. For example, on Facebook, you can create pages and groups to promote your business or organization, while on Twitter you can use hashtags to track topics of interest and connect with other users.
Driipa is a social network, better, faster, magnificent, rewarding, and high-quality secured social network. Driipa is the most complete social network with tons of features that help you CONNECT, have FUN and BUILD community, while you EARN with features imported from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Youtube. Users have full control over their privacy and tonnes of more features to come.
Driipa is a blockchain based framework, an engage-to-earn web2 + web3 = web5 social network that connects users worldwide and rewards them for their contribution to the network. Driipa has plans to unlock the full potential of the decentralized social economy and harness the power of blockchain technology to release a low-code yet composable clone of Driipa in future updates on Driipa itself.
A decentralized, web5, permissionless hybrid social network would be a platform where users could share content and interact with each other without relying on a third party. This would be made possible by using a combination of web2 and web3 technologies; Web2 + Web3 = Web5 formula. Web2 technologies would be used to create a platform where users can easily relate with, a platform where users could easily share content and interact with each other, a platform that has vast suites of fun, supportive and professional features. Web3 technologies would then be used to create a decentralized platform where users could interact without relying on a third party. This would help establish a platform where users could interact and share content without censorship or restrictions at the same time getting rewarded for doing so - Web5.
Web5 is a decentralized peer-to-peer network based around decentralized web nodes and identity, using Driipcoin as the base consensus layer. Driipa is a decentralized social media platform that aims to sever the tie between social media companies and content creators, giving users full sovereignty over their digital identity. Because Driipa is built within the Web5 framework, the underlying technology enforces privacy, with no possibility of targeted advertising. Privacy and self-custody are enforced by the protocol, not by companies.
Learn more on how we plan to setup our nodes around the world:
Driipa app has two primary functions: payment and its community. The community is a framework of web2 functions; profile timeline, page, group, marketplace etc. that look and function like a cross between LinkedIn, Youtube, Twitter, and a traditional/Facebook online functions. Driipa users can use these to share content, discuss ideas, and get paid for what they contribute.
Because Driipa wallets operate on the blockchain, users and creators can instantly transact across borders.
Web5’s core idea is to “put you in control of your data and identity” – a core tenet of Web3’s decentralized identity systems. Instead of inviting users to sign up for an account on a centralized platform (like an Twitter account), Web3 protocols reference users by their crypto wallet addresses. Protocols like the Unstoppable domains let users turn their wallet’s garbled alphanumeric string into a word or phrase (like johnny.driipa) similar to how Domain Name Service (DNS) allowed websites to have addresses like driipa.com rather than a long string of numbers like 69.385.293.293. Decentralized data storage is a concept already in existence and is provided by platforms like IPFS and Filecoin. There are three pillars at Web5’s core: self-owned decentralized identifiers, verifiable credentials and decentralized web nodes for storing data and relaying messages. It sounds a lot like what decentralized identity services have been doing since the Ethereum Name Service launched in May 2017.