CyberConnect is a decentralized social network protocol. It allows developers to build social applications that connect users in a fairer, more direct environment. CyberConnect's key features include decentralized identity, self-sovereign profiles, and a social graph. These features give users more control over their data and how it is shared.
CyberConnect is still in its early stages, but it has already gained the support of a number of leading Web3 projects. The team at CyberConnect is passionate about building a better social media platform for the future.
Here are some of the benefits of using CyberConnect:
- Decentralization: Users own their own data and control how it is shared.
- Security: CyberConnect is built on blockchain technology, which makes it more secure than traditional social media platforms.
- Transparency: Users can see how their data is being used.
- User empowerment: Users have more control over their experience on CyberConnect.
An interview with Peng Deng, Senior Backend Engineer at CyberConnect
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