SOCLLY, a decentralized social network platform hosts the first-ever lens community IRL meetup in Bangalore
Bangalore/New Delhi, 5th, December, 2022: SOCLLY, a decentralized social network platform for Web3 creators is hosting the first-ever lens community IRL meetup in partnership with BLIV.Club, Riva, BlockON & Desi Crypto in Bangalore. The company which is a decentralized social network platform onboards Web 3 influencers, educators, and artists, made its testnet launch in the month of November. They have created a platform that allows Web3 creators to interact with their audience.
This Lens Community IRL meetup will be a one-day event where Mr. Sandeep Nailwal, Co-founder of Polygon, Mr. Nader Dabit, Director of Developer Relations at Aave & LENS, and Ms. Fabri Guespe, DevRel Engineer at Aave & LENS, Aniket Jindal, Co-founder Biconomy & Harsh Rajat, Co-founder Push Protocol will be present as the chief guest and speaker at the event. The meetup will be about the soft launch of Soclly v0.2 and will also discuss what developers should do in the current market phase.
Mr. Prayag, Co-founder, SOCLLY says: “The goal of this meetup is to provide an opportunity for the creators to develop a close relationship with their target audience. The idea is to bring all the web3 stakeholders under one roof. Nearly every industry is expected to implement blockchain technology in their operations over the course of the next ten years, including retail and e-commerce, media and entertainment, healthcare, technology, and the energy sector, and with this meetup, we also aim to support the web3 influencers and educators in reaching the newer audience.”
The concept of SOCLLY was first established in 2021. The co-founders got in touch with the creators. Creators voiced their worries. It has become apparent that creators 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. SOCLLY 0.2v is the antidote to this situation and helps creators.