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Blockchain Twitter DeSo Launches To Bring Decentralized Social to the Masses

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Today, content is hosted on centralized platforms like Twitter, TikTok, or Instagram.

Many thought leaders like Elon Musk and even Twitter founder Jack Dorsey call for an alternative. Recently, messages emerged between the two billionaire entrepreneurs regarding a blockchain-based social media platform.

“I have an idea for a blockchain social media system that does both payments and short text messages/links like Twitter,” said Elon Musk in one text exchange.

He continued, “Third piece is a Twitter-like app on your phone that accesses the database in the cloud.” “This could be massive.”

However, Musk may not need to create a decentralized Twitter alternative thanks to the launch of Diamond, a Web3 social app powered by the DeSo blockchain.

Diamond is the first platform ever to host its content and social graph on a decentralized blockchain.

By publishing content to the DeSo chain, writers and creators can own and control their content in the same way they own and control their Bitcoin. This means they can be free from censorship and gain new ways to monetize that have never been possible before.

For example, posts on Diamond can be minted as NFTs, can earn crypto tips, and much more. Creators on Diamond can very easily launch social tokens that allow their followers to invest in their success. All with an onboarding that is as easy as creating an account on a web2 platform like Instagram.

Diamond’s choice to use the DeSo blockchain for hosting all of its content showcases DeSo’s unique strength in content storage. “Existing blockchains cannot store content efficiently,” says Nader Al-Naji, the founder of DeSo.

“It costs about $50 to store a 200-character Tweet on Ethereum, and about fifteen cents to store it on Solana, Avalanche, or Polygon. In contrast, DeSo is one ten-thousandth of a cent, making it the first blockchain capable of disrupting storage-heavy
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