After two years of development and refinement, Synereo’s decentralized, open-source social network’s alpha version will become available this September. Synereo’s alpha is the world’s first fully decentralized social network based on an attention economy. Say goodbye to the giant server farms and skewed algorithms of incumbent social-media giants like Facebook and Twitter, which prey on your personal […]

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On last week’s community hangout, Greg told us that the joint venture with our partners at wewowwe.com made some major steps forwards. Wewowwe.com is a sports-based social network and market place plugged into Synereo. Users are rewarded with AMP’s directly when other users like their content. Greg told as that the wewowwe.com project has now […]

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In our community hangout yesterday, Greg gave kudos to Henry, Navneet, and the crew for their problem solving progress on a particular bug that has constrained the performance of our system for a long while. With it solved, our decentralized content delivery network can properly handle meaningful media sizes. Greg announced that he will be presenting on Logic via […]

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This update brings us an interview with our Chief Technology Officer Greg Meredith by Arthur Falls of the Ether Review.  It’s a technical piece that takes a deep dive into the inner workings of Synereo’s development and presents the reasons behind some of our tech choices. “The Synereo platform began as a decentralized social network but out […]

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