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What It Means to Decentralize Social Media—with a Bounty for Developers

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Larry Sanger
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Please see my latest blog post: What It Means to Decentralize Social Media—with a Bounty for Developers

I'm working with a philanthropist. He wants to fund a bounty for an RSS WordPress plugin. Can you have a look at the bottom of the post, developers, and see if you think $1000 $10,000 is reasonable for a bounty? Adjust it up or down? Also, what requirements am I missing? Feedback on the preceding essay would be good, too.

Feel free to comment there. You can comment here, instead, if you prefer, but it would probably be better to keep all the comments in one place. (I don't really care.)

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timothyfrancisco
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Decentralized Identity is the foundation for this.    For one, it eliminates passwords and authentication friction.   Also, verifiable credentials is the foundation for a reputation system and a line of defense against sybil attacks. 

Trisic.id has a nice set of developer tools and a wallet.   We are still in the wild west early days of DID wallets, but that will be changing soon.    https://trinsic.id/

Microsoft's ION platform and wallet is launching this year.  It secures to the Bitcoin network. 

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