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DeSo-MetaMask integration offers encrypt on-chain messaging feature

On September 27, the leading decentralised social blockchain-based platform, DeSo, announced an integration with MetaMask through which decentralised social networks can allow users to use encrypted on-chain messaging and a Twitter-like microblogging feature.

With over 30 million monthly active users, MetaMask is one of the most popular Ethereum-based crypto wallets. This integration with a popular cryptocurrency wallet can help decentralised social media networks gain popularity and earn more mainstream users.

DeSo is the blockchain that supports Bitclout, a decentralised social media network. DeSo also provides support for over 200 social dapps, or decentralised apps, such as Diamondapp.

DeSo also provides support for over 200 social dapps

DeSo also provides support for over 200 social dapps
DeSo also provides support for over 200 social dapps

DeSo is a blockchain network that can scale and store social media content such as profiles, posts, followers, and likes in the same way as Ethereum, Bitcoin, and Polygon store cryptocurrency and transaction data on their own blockchains. Unlike Web2 social networks like Facebook and Twitter, which are managed and governed by a few organisations, DeSo places all material on a public blockchain, making it impossible for any company to control it.

The most significant feature of DeSo is its mobility. Unlike current social networks, all user profiles and posts will be kept on the DeSo blockchain, and users will be able to move or access them via any social dapp.

According to DeSo, storing a 200-character tweet on DeSo costs one-tenth of a cent. On Ethereum, it may cost up to $50 owing to high gas prices. In other words, holding 1 GB of in-chain data on DeSo will cost $80, while Solana will cost $698,775 and Ethereum will cost $393,750,000. In proof of stake (PoS) crypto networks, the gas charge is the transaction fee paid to validators known as miners. They are used to pay for transactions, create tokens, and carry out smart contracts.

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Jeewan Singh is CryptoShrypto’s content writer and a seasoned writer with over two years of experience in writing about Indian Securities Market. Jeewan's participation in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency started in late 2020, and he hasn't looked back since. The technical and economic outcomes of cryptocurrency are what spark his curiosity, and he keeps one eye on the market.


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