Transparency, decentralization, and modularity are the three driving principles for a new protocol. However, that aspires to be the ultimate feed for everything Web3.
An innovative protocol aspires to replace Web3’s feed
A search engine that provides an aggregated, human-readable feed about every crypto wallet in use is RSS3. An open-sourced information syndication protocol.
Transparency, decentralization, and modularity are the three main ideas upon which the project is constructed. The company’s founders claim they’re adamant about making sure no one person has total authority over everything. And that they want to be aware of everything happening in this rapidly developing industry. According to RSS3, their software is a practical way to know all addresses, and it will soon include keywords. You can keep track of any time Web3 action occurs thanks to intuitive features.
In contrast to other apps, the feed was created with a strong emphasis on security and filters out spam and phishing. In order to guarantee that all of the information about a wallet is accurate. A nice illustration is provided by vitalik.eth and the seemingly infinite stream of random nonfungible coins that the co-founder of Ethereum is given. Because of its method, not all of these activities are displayed in his feed. However, it gives viewers a clearer picture of what’s going on.
Additionally, the search function offers consumers a clear view of what’s popular. And a one-stop shop for tracking their preferred cryptocurrency addresses.
First, a fantastic user experience
According to RSS3, during the past few decades, data superpowers have increasingly taken control of the means for distributing content. At the price of the user experience. Why?
Because monopolies are so difficult to compete with, even the best apps struggle.
According to the proposal, “the right to generate, transmit, and distribute information should not be in the hands of centralized governing.
Although the original RSS was intended to be decentralized. This project contends that this has not realized in practice. And that a communal revolution like what Bitcoin and Ether did for cryptocurrencies is required.
Recently, Lens Protocol and RSS3 partnered strategically to provide a range of tools for developing the upcoming social networking apps.
This collaboration is a superb example of the composability and interoperability that the Web3 ecosystem was striving for.
As all actions that take place on Lens will be accessible through the RSS3 API. Users can integrate their Web3 address. And show the things they performed with it on their Web2 profile thanks to a partnership with Mask Network.