By adopting a decentralized social graph, users aggregate their identities across different platforms and applications. This allows developers to retrieve more comprehensive data related to a user's address, such as:
- Their ENS or Solana domain.
- Their NFTs.
- Their avatar.
- Their verified web2 social account.
- Their first on-chain transaction.
- Their followers.
- Their followings.
- Their mutually-followed friends.
- Their notifications.
Developers can leverage those insights to build better social experiences by making a simple call to the CyberConnect API.
How does it work?
The indexer layer of the CyberConnect Protocol collects on-chain data from IPFS and blockchain networks (e.g. Ethereum, Solana) as well as off-chain data from web2 social platforms. The indexer then transforms and stores the raw data into graph databases, which enables it to curate user identities after deployment.