Today’s Jam Review recommends Dataverse, a personal privacy folder system for the Web3. We welcome all those who are committed to Web3 BUIDL to test, reviews and participate in helping these projects grow from product, to recruitment, to community, to funding.
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Category: Infra & Platform
Scouted by: M7e
As a web3 folder system, Dataverse is committed to tackling the problem known as data sovereignty pervasive in the open internet by building a secure private space for web3 dwellers. As it stands, Dataverse provides a browser plugin, as an information aggregator, for cross-platform and cross-chain NFT management, including features of curation, classification, and exploration. Currently, the Dataverse plugin has integrated nearly 30 public chains, some of which are Ethereum, Polygon, Tezos, Solana, BSC, and Flow. In addition, users are enabled to steadily curate YouTube videos, Mirror articles, pictures, ENS, and even more web2 content. Meanwhile, Dataverse supports curation of internet multidimensional content and web3 paid subscription under the premise of ensuring users’ data ownership, with an embedded slot for the extensible and personalized selection of module services any time soon.
Dedicating to developing a web3 folder system, Dataverse serves as a secure environment for data interaction on the internet while taking into account the demanding seamlessness, security, privacy, and scalability. All efforts exerted are vital to produce the highest possible user experience as if it were a local folder and help users take the helm of their own data.
On top of the guaranteed seamless experience and security, Dataverse aim to construct interest graphs and allow users to explore its extensibility as well. With this in mind, all curators on Dataverse are regarded as the maintainers of interest graphs simultaneously, whose responsibilities are to explore, filter, refine, and comment on various types of content, therefore, depicting unique interest graphs. The content can be the stew of song lists, video collections, article overviews, etc. Overall, it will constitute an open internet (including web2 and web3 multi-linked networks) with a highly scalable curation approach. Dataverse also supports paid subscriptions curation, offers access control and social interest modules for curated spaces, and will be compatible with applets in personal spaces to build slots for additional modules.
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