RSS3 is an open information syndication protocol that aims to support efficient and decentralized information distribution in Web3.
The right to create, disseminate and distribute information should not be in the hands of centralized governing. It is the basic right of cyber lives.
Gradually over the past two decades, several data superpowers have controlled contents and links to create a toxic centralized atmosphere, where privacy and freedom are sacrificed for profits. This atmosphere further hinders innovations: No matter how well you design and engineer your application, there is no way to compete with the data monopolies.
The world has been eager for a new way of information syndication. RSS used to be the pioneer of its time, now it’s time for us to pick up the baton and carry on.
Derived from the best out of RSS, RSS3 is an open information syndication protocol that aims to support efficient and decentralized information distribution in Web3. It defines the format of information presence and communication, with this elegantly designed, user-friendly content format, clients can easily access a variety of content sources in a uniform format without the need for extensive compatibility logic.
How RSS3 works?
RSS3 Protocols classify information into four types - profiles links assets notes
RSS3 Apps access and publish data using RSS3 SDKs in the format defined by RSS3 Protocols
RSS3 SDKs fetch data from the RSS3 Network and publish data to RSS3 Supported Networks
RSS3 Network crawls data from various RSS3 Supported Networks, caches the data into its own efficient database, and do some pre-processing, such as applying artificial intelligence recommendation algorithms and providing search function.
RSS3 and its affiliated network and tools are open and permissionless - If you are using RSS3 for your project, we would be delighted if you let us know.
We have an active and growing community. All are welcome to be part of our community, help shape it, or simply observe.
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