SOCLLY, a social network for Web 3.0 influencers, educators, and artists, made its launch in India. As of now, SOCLLY has around 15+ Web3 creators from a range of streams.
The three co-founders of SOCLLY, Prayag Singh, Naresh Katta, and Charan Kumar Borra, have created a platform that allows Web3 creators to interact with their audience.
The co-founders got in touch with the creators and voiced their worries. From the discussion, the platform found that the authors frequently receive spam, and trolls in their direct messages, and the majority of users submitted fillers in the DMs, which increased noise, there was no way to select users based on the quality of their queries.
The creators further stated that they were unable to establish a personal connection with their audience. After having a discussion with a creator, the audience hardly ever posts anything on social media about how much better the interaction was. This is a problem that SOCLLY has attempted to address through its platform.
Prayag Singh, Co-Founder of SOCLLY says “We built the MVP of the product and showcased it to the Web3 creators after collecting their feedback. We launched our product for the masses after 1.5 years of rigorous development and testing in the hopes of educating everyone about the amazing world of Web3.0 while also assisting creators in monetizing their skills and maintaining a relationship with their actual interested followers.”
The platform’s statement read, “Booking 1:1 meetings with Web3 creators using stablecoins is one of Soclly’s primary benefits. Once the meeting is over, users can rate and share their experience that is stored on the blockchain also known as decentralized reputation.”