Releap Protocol is a decentralized, multi-chain and open-for-all social graph that allows users to wholly own and harness their audience and content.

A post made today on Instagram, TikTok, or Twitter belongs to these companies rather than the creator who published it. As a result, these companies largely receive the revenue generated.

Conversely, Releap Protocol aims to give creators the freedom to retain ownership over the connections they have built with their audience by creating a fully customizable, user-owned social graph.

Users can also utilize the protocol to easily develop their own decentralized, censorship-resistant social networks and marketplaces, or add social functionality to existing applications, with ease.

Built by users, Owned by users

Social graphs consist of millions of users across the world, yet social graphs on Web2 are incredibly centralized, defeating the purpose of this immensely powerful network of people.

Web2 networks all create their own databases and read from this singular and central database. More importantly, creators do not own their social connections, the network does. This means that creators cannot control, move or harness these social graphs outside of the singular network on which they publish content.

This greatly diminishes the essence of these connections and undercuts the creators because of whom they exist.

We're building Releap Protocol to work as a communal social blueprint where users can own their individual connections and various applications can build upon this blueprint. This solves mainly two problems: (a) users can own, move and utilize their social connections across a variety of applications throughout the chain and (b) social applications can co-exist and take advantage of a collaborative database allowing them to focus on building for innovative and niche use cases.

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