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Mirror opens access to its blockchain blogging platform to all


Mirror opens access to its blockchain blogging platform to all. As a matter of fact, After months of exclusively accepting vote-based contributions, Mirror, an Ethereum-based decentralised blogging network, has opened its doors to the general public.

Furthermore, Mirror, a decentralised blogging platform, established in December 2020 to allow chosen writers to publish on the site. Contributors might acquire access by voting for 10 content producers each week in weekly competitions. Using the platform’s native token WRITE.

Mirror said on Oct. 6 that it has abandoned this approach and is now available to anybody having an Ethereum address and wallet. Unlike most big commercial blogging platforms, which sell advertising based on content traffic, publishers on Mirror have complete ownership over their material. Which kept on a decentralised blockchain rather than on company servers.

Users may quit the platform with all of their data if they no longer desire to be a part of it. As the material is cryptographically safe and can remain unchanged and protected from any manipulation. The team further explained:

“From a tool for authors, Mirror has developed into a full-stack web3 creative suite for communities and DAOs.”

Mirror users may share and fund their own work

Users may start generating content and inserting media blocks like videos, iFrames, social media postings, NFTs, auctions, and crowdfunds after they’ve connected their Ethereum wallets. Other platforms, such as Medium and Substack, can also be usable to import blogs.

Moreover, using the platform and the integration of Ethereum addresses, Mirror users may share and fund their own work.

Blogs maybe turned into “Entry Editions”. Which allow users to generate NFTs of material and potentially monetise them, according to the platform.

This year, industry heavyweights like Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin and numerous DAOs like the Aave Grants DAO used the platform to produce content. In July, Mirror was usable to crowdfund 1,036 ETH for a documentary about Ethereum’s development.

Content producers that used Mirror’s earlier way of allowing authors to participate, known as the WRITE Race, would receive extra incentives like staking. It was provided through the voting procedure to obtain publishing capabilities on Mirror. However, the protocol’s native WRITE token has yet to be published on major monitoring services or exchanges.

The project announced that it will integrate the Ethereum Name Service (ENS). And provide additional functionality including subscriptions, feeds, and an enhanced editing experience.

It’s not to be confused with Mirror Finance. A DeFi system that utilises the MIR token ticker and allows for the creation of synthetic assets.

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