Currently, we have many centralized blogging apps Medium but constantly. The way writing is distributed, interpreted, applied, and valued is wrong. With Donald Trump suspended from Twitter and Facebook, and Parler kicked off AWS, there is renewed discussion about what sort of speech is acceptable online, and how it should be enforced. These bans were justified however, they do raise questions that need to be discussed, especially within the technology community.
With all of these, some cases will be very clear on one side or the other of the dividing line, but there will always be a large grey area of cases that are unclear and a matter of subjective interpretation.
Through a decentralized, user-owned, crypto-based network, the platform revolutionizes the way we express, share, and monetize our thoughts. Users can connect with their wallets and upload a blog. If that blog is genuine people can upvote the correct content. As a result, our platform is a sum of our contributors.
A completely decentralized blogging app using Matic, written with Typescript, NextJS, and Hardhat using The Graph protocol. Using Graph to fetch live data feed of all activity, to instantly update the feed. No centralized database needed to track upvotes and replies.
Publishing a blog, upvote, downvote, reply in threads and live feed update.
Faced difficulty in fetching data from the Graph and updating live on NextJS. Used Apollo client to solve the issue.