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- WLD app. Gitcoin passport criteria only reward Eth maxies
- 2024 will be awesome
- We rewrote the code and added some features.
Now go build.
- my submission for #OPENLENS
open edition for 7 days
- tangible usecase
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You can now invite your friends to Lens directly from Buttrfly.
- The @aaveaave.lens DAO has successfully launched GHO on the Ethereum Mainnet.
Congrats to the Aave community on this historic moment!
GHO is the manifestation of the ethos of "Internet People" - those who believe in the transformative power of decentralization and the democratization of finance. It's about building a future where everyone can participate with equal access. GHO paves the way for a more transparent, decentralized and efficient financial future.
The beauty lies in its design. Overcollaterized and transparent, it's minted using assets supplied into Aave Protocol V3 as collateral. What sets GHO apart is its commitment to the broader Aave community. The repaid interest on GHO is redirected to the Aave DAO treasury. This supports the sustainability of the protocol and the ongoing development of new features.
GHO's price is pegged to null USD within the Aave Protocol. This design supports stability and utility, helping maintain GHO's peg to the dollar. For those staking AAVE tokens in the Safety Module, a discount on GHO awaits. It's a testament to the belief in rewarding those who contribute to the security and robustness of the Aave ecosystem.
Together, we're not just building a product; we're building a community.
Learn more about GHO here: https://aave.mirror.xyz/t7qcU668gSp9teT_SBhJb9_AVcbv8kpzvd0IpP39lBw
This is just the beginning of the GHO journey.
GHO with us at gho.xyz.
- Good one
- gM bEARS.
Who is getting liquidated today then ?
- Free collects, now with limits.
Set limits on the quantity and/or limit the time window to 24 hours.
Check out how some creators are already using limited free collects:
- The Collect module on the Lens API is adding new features:
• Put time limits on any Free Collect
• Define the supply and/or end date for exclusive Collects (Free or Paid)
Try it out today on @lenster.lens. Coming soon to @buttrfly.lens, @orbapp.lens, and other apps across the Lens ecosystem.
For devs looking to implement the new 'simpleCollectModule', dive into the docs: https://docs.lens.xyz/docs/create-post-typed-data#simplecollectmodule
- SpaceX will get another chance! Failures are the pillars of success!
- Happy Thursday, everyone!
- When will AI kill most of the shift coins that are based on a few lines of code?
- Spring is here and the sun is out!
- Enjoy your weekend
- you don’t get to see what happened in history,
history of who made the first meme.
who was “memey”, do you know about him?
may the best meme win!
- Our friend Alex got an invite to a big event we were all excited about.
You were there too!
Do you remember who Alex met that was so special?
- Happy $ARB day!
- Experience the captivating tales of the Lost Lens!
Uncover the secret treasure?
Complete the quest at the end of the comic and get a chance to win something exciting!
- Happy Sunday!
- Morning funk jams 🌊
- GM everyone. #ARB airdrop is happening!
- Orb is taking over my instagram time
- Testing the Orb video upload while walking to the office, shared some tips on how to make most out of Lens
- GHO Vs DAI battle incoming
- Web3 poised to takeover the world
- Recession looks unlikely. Good times ahead if inflation comes down even further.
- How far can BTC move up in the next 2-3 weeks?
- Want to show yourself to the world 🌊? #justwav3it
Do you like cookies 🍪? #justwav3it
Want to share your 🍟? #justwav3it
- DeFi developers - the @gho docs & SDKs are live for building on Goerli Testnet 👻
- GHO & Aave V3 Contracts & Source Code
- Learn GHO tutorial
- Integrate GHO tutorial
For example, you can mint GHO in as little as 14 lines of code:
- Are you a crypto mining Enthusiast? Or how about a PC Gamer? 💻
We love you both! 💚
We are a Video Mining Pool and building our presence on Lens! 🍃
Just give us a Follow and Mirror this post to receive 0.20 WMATIC! 🙂
Limited to 200 WMATIC.
- gm everyone! 🌿
We made a revamp on the channel page which includes the addition of pinned video 👀
Let us know what you want to see more in the creator's channel 📺
- DeFi continues to accelerate in LatAm 💪 Lemon Integrates Aave Protocol, bringing access to over 1.7M Users in Brazil and Argentina 🍋 + 👻 = ⚡️
By integrating Aave’s smart💡contracts, Lemon will be able to provide greater 👻 Transparency and 🔐 Security to its growing user base!
The Aave integration allows users to deposit their tokens into the protocol and earn seamlessly 👌 while enabling users to control their funds, and safely access DeFi solutions.
"We're excited 👻 that Aave was chosen as the first DeFi protocol to be integrated with Lemon. This integration unlocks opportunities that were previously not available to millions of users in LatAm . We look forward to growing DeFi access globally with partners 🤝 like Lemon.” @stani.lens .
Learn more: https://wiki.lemon.me/aave-aave-que-es-y-como-comprarla-en-lemon-cash/
- Handart- budhha
- What are the best blockchain books you would recommend to someone who is new in crypto? I recommend always to start with @camirusso.lens book The Infinite Machine that gives a good past context on Ethereum ecosystem.
- A day for the history books ... my first Lens post! Excited to be part of decentralizing social.
- Web3 has come a long way, & there is a lot to be excited about in 2023.
So what are the tools, products, protocols, & real-world use cases that are production-ready today?
Here are 7 things to be excited about this year from the perspective of a developer of 10+ yrs.
1. Permanent storage
At AWS, S3 was one of the first, most used, and useful services. Web3 storage solutions take managed storage a step further by introducing both immutability & permanence, something you can't get with traditional storage solutions.
This is why companies like Instagram chose Arweave to build out features that are simply not possible through other centralized architecture.
With newer protocols built on top of Arweave, like Bundlr, EXM, and Warp, the barrier to entry for users and developers has gone down drastically as it's now trivial to build high quality, performant applications on Arweave with better + easier to use APIs and gateways with improved UX.
One of the big value propositions of web3, as a developer, was this idea of shared data and infrastructure.
Unfortunately at the time when I joined the space, April 2021, there wasn't much actually possible outside of DeFi, NFTs, DAOs, and digital payments.
While these are all very interesting use cases, digital payments were the only thing that might be compelling to the "average" person in the world (something I'll touch on later).
Fast forward to today - one of the most exciting new protocols launched in the past year is @xmtplabs - a protocol for implementing encrypted and secure messaging.
If you need messaging in your app, or maybe you just want to build a new messaging app that has some cool new features that don't exist elsewhere, you can now tap into XMTP and leverage not only a high quality service - you also inherit the users of all of the other apps that have ever built with XMTP.
You no longer have to bootstrap an entirely new user base, all users across any app built with XMTP can pick up your app, sign in, and can continue their conversations from their other apps.
This is already happening and gaining momentum in the @lensprotocol ecosystem and elsewhere.
This value proposition that is enabled by shared, public, immutable data and infrastructure is the most powerful, underestimated, and underrated thing about web3, and the reason to be building with these tools and technologies.
3. Account abstraction (AA)
Scalability, accessibility, and UX are the biggest obstacles to adoption for blockchain technologies.
Account abstraction helps solve two of these challenges head on (accessibility and UX) and has quickly become one of the most prioritized features in protocol roadmaps, and popular topics in the blockchain community.
Account abstraction enables features like:
1. Social, email, or arbitrary account login
2. Gasless meta-transactions
3. Batching multiple transactions
4. Gas payments in arbitrary tokens
5. Multi-signature security
6. Social recovery
Protocols like Fuel are being built from the ground up to treat account abstraction as a first class citizen, while specifications like EIP4337 allow existing protocols to build account abstraction into existing protocols traditionally dependent on EOAs.
Biconomy has been working on tackling these challenges for years and offer an easy to use SDK and APIs to start building with right away, and whose implementation of account abstraction is based on EIP4337.
With gasless transactions and cheaper and cheaper execution environments, developers and teams can start to consider treating blockchain infrastructure the same as we've been treating traditional cloud infrastructure.
We can subsidize transactions which would remove the huge barrier to entry for the vast majority of the population - asking them to not only onboard the right tokens from the right exchange on the right network, they can instead just use our apps like they would any other app.
4. Better execution environments and L2s
Not long ago the speed, cost, block time, and time to finality of almost all networks was so slow and expensive that most use cases were prohibited, and the UX of the existing use cases was subpar to put it mildly (compared to centralized infrastructure).
Today, there are protocols that are either already being used in production or will be coming to market in the next ~6 months that provide an equal or better UX than traditional "web2" applications, made possible by sub second finality and transaction costs as low as less than $0.001.
Arbitrum Nova combines the latest step in the evolution of their technology, Nitro, with a data availability committee to offer a smart tradeoff between decentralization and security that provides a compelling solution for use cases like gaming and social media applications, like Reddit who is using it for their community points system.
Fuel bas built an entirely new execution environment and developer stack from the ground up, and is the fist modular execution environment. Using SwaySwap, which is built on Fuel, is already a better experience by a long shot than any traditional banking app I've ever used. (looking forward to trying it in production)
As a developer, having a fast and inexpensive execution environment paired with the highest quality DX I've seen in the blockchain world (including their own Rust-based language Sway, accompanied by a suite of high quality developer tools) is probably the most exciting place to be building, especially since they will be integrating not only with Ethereum but possibly other pieces of the modular stack like @celestiaorg.
Polygon has so much going on it's hard to keep up, not only with the volume of quality web3 infrastructure they are shipping, but the fact that countless companies like Nike, Instagram, Starbucks, Reddit, us at @lensprotocol, and others have chosen to build there.
There is a lot more happening, these are just some of the things I'm personally interested in.
5. Better abstractions
If you're a developer you've no doubt heard of, or possibly used, Vercel.
Vercel is wildly popular because it provides the best UX available for building and deploying web applications and features like serverless functions, which are very powerful while abstracting away the inferior UX of other cloud and managed service providers.
Decentralized infrastructure like Arweave and IPFS enable some of the same functionality, but in the past the UX and DX for building was not close to what services like @vercel offer.
With platforms and services like Fleek XYZ, Akord, and EXM developers can build and deploy applications and leverage storage functionality + serverless functions on these protocols without having to deal with tokens at all and instead just use an API key like they have done in the past.
The value proposition is that you inherit all of the use cases of traditional infrastructure but with immutability and, with Arweave, permanence.
6. Social graphs
There are ~4.9 billion social media users in the world as of today. Worldwide it is forecasted that there will be 5.85 billion social media users by 2027.
Social features pop up in almost every application we use today.
I joined @lensprotocol a few months after creating a tutorial video teaching developers how to build with Lens and realizing how web3 social could potentially be the key to mass adoption.
Like Serverless infrastructure and managed services (like Twilio and those offered by AWS, GCP, etc..) enable developers to quickly build scalable applications without having to manage back end infrastructure, Lens Protocol provides web infrastructure for building scalable applications with social features.
Instead of having to build, maintain, and iterate on their own back ends and APIs, they can instead focus on building out their web or mobile application while the Lens team continues to iterate and improve upon the back end infrastructure.
In addition to that, when they launch their app on Lens they inherit the x-100s of thousands (and in the future, millions) of users and ecosystem instead of having to bootstrap everything from scratch.
Combining the improved UX coming to market now with real-world use cases like social and messaging opens the door to countless opportunities for developers to build out unique and high quality experiences that literally cannot be built with centralized technologies, and importantly these are not strictly financial use cases for once.
7. Sybil resistance
One of the other big challenges of building in this space has to do with sybil attack and solving sybil resistance.
Multiple options for solving this now exist, most notable @gitcoin Passport and @worldcoin.
There is a lot more happening that I didn't cover, but for someone with somewhat limited bandwidth these are some of the main things I'm excited about this year.
2022 was a tough year, and it's hard to predict what will happen next, but for builders there has never been a more exciting or opportune time to be in this space ✨
If you've read this far, congratulations! You can earn 1 WMATIC by simply mirroring this post to your timeline (up to 100 WMATIC), made possibly by @wav3s ⚡️
- 🌿 GENESIS POST 🌿 50-50 by Frank Zappa (Violin Solo on Guitar) 🎻
Hi #Lens!! You might already know me from @roadwaves.lens 🙂 I am the bandleader/songwriter of this funky/soulful jamband. Finally got myself a personal Lens profile--and to celebrate--I'm droppin' this guitar cover of Jean-Luc Ponty's violin solo!! 🎻#LMCC
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- 🎶Early Access Challenge🎶
As we are opening up our Beta we are looking forward to our first featured Music drop* on Beats.
Can you guess who our first artist/s will be? 🎤
We will be giving away 5x early access keys** both here on Lenster and on Twitter 🌱
To enter the challenge tag the artist or artists, that you think will be our first featured Drop and retweet this tweet. 🌊
If your on Lens you need to collect the linked post for free and mirror it & follow us (@beatsapp on Lens) to enter. 🌱
*Anyone will be able to release music on Beats. Featured Drops are an initiative to highlight and support artists entering the Lens ecosystem 🌿
- Lens makes your social network platform-agnostic. XMTP does that for messaging.
@xmtplabs is an easy to use encrypted messaging protocol.
Imagine if all of your DMS - Twitter, Telegram, Slack, Facebook, Linkedin, were in one place?
@xmtplabs.lens enables this! And their API is very simple to use.
There are quite a few apps already using it including @lenster @buttrfly and soon @orbapp + TBA
@LensProtocol apps use XMTP for direct messages between users across applications.
Create a conversation on @lenster , continue it on @buttrfly , then see all of your messages in one place on TBA.
XMTP is one of my favorite protocols in web3 simply because it is is simple to use, works really well, and provides powerful functionality that cannot be accomplished with other options.
Soon I'll release a codebase showing how to build a real-time, encrypted messaging app with Next.js and XMTP that integrates with all @LensProtocol frontends, but for now check out the XMTP SDK docs which show you how to easily get started:
- Bury This Boy
Few nites ago super late like midnight or más jamming this lil' groove i wrote back in 2007 when I was going thru some ish and basically didn't want to live 😢 what's art if not honest? great track and I love that I'm still here and can reminisce and perform it with honesty, love and vulnerability. my dms is always open hit me up if you need anything! #lfpeace #pajamas #music #lens #lenster #lenstube #guitar #singer
- How could @lensport.lens be improved? what could be good ideas to improve secomdary markets of user generated content?
- There should be an @ethglobal.lens hackathon in North Africa. But where? 🤔
- I produced this to express the sweet vibe of afrobeats, a sound that makes you move whenever it hits you.
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- Reddit's early user acquisition & retention strategy: come for the nsfw - stay for the science
- Hey #lensfrens here’s a track to set the vibe right for the new year.
**Dimensions** is a Drum n Bass inspired track, with wobbly synths, droning bass, and ambient soundscapes. Shout out to my son for naming the track. 🙂 Turn it up!!
Collect for 1 WMATIC or mirror for 10% referral reward
Much love #LensFam 💚🌿
- Marina Beach,Chennai, india.
- any front end engineers w deep ioS and Swift experience … wanna work on a w3social 1password w wallet features?
It’s for all protocols and all internet users. we r on polygon rn and are compatible w any chain bc we are doing pass keys. Consumer first, APIs later. open source for real. Rust and Swift. pre launch.
dm me on twitter: alexanderchopan