You may have noticed that the Internet is overflowing with insignificant content. How to control it and find what you need? The answer is the WEB 3.0.
When we first started working on SimpleID, we were building a wallet solution, because it was a problem we personally experienced.
In our journey to increase user engagement of blockchain apps, we have continued to improve our toolset to help our customers take action and communicate with their users. With our next release, we monitor our customers’ smart contracts for triggers they set and help them take action in real-time.
SimpleID has, since its very first prototype, walked a line between Web3 analytics platform and Web3 communications platform.
As we’ve worked on SimpleID, one core problem continues to rear its head: Web3 companies can’t or don’t communicate with their users. SimpleID has provided the initial solution to this.
SimpleID is focused on not only keeping up but exceeding expectations. So, it is with great excitement that we reveal a sneak peak at our upcoming release.
With the help of Consensys’ Tachyon accelerator, we refined our vision, talked to customers, and built an early version of our product. In the months since, we’ve continued talking to customers and continued building.
SimpleID just shipped one of its biggest releases yet. We’ve been committed to building the features and tools our customers need most, and to do that, we have to listen. Which is exactly what we’ve done.
For the business owners—the founders who give a damn about the people using what they built—you HAVE to be concerned.
The paradigm shift enabled by Web3, whether you define Web3 as blockchain-based or distributed-systems-based, is powerful. It tries to solve many of the problems Web2 created. Technology was the thing that was supposed to unlock power for everyone and connect the world. It has largely done that, but it also re-centralized problems.