May 3, 2022 – Los Angeles, California
The decentralized social media race is just starting to heat up. Elon Musk finalized his purchase of Twitter, and now everyone is wondering how long it will take for him to make it Web 3.0.
While Elon could face an uphill battle considering the Twitter employee backlash, there’s already a bustling decentralized social media app ecosystem on DeSo.
These apps have money native features that creators and entrepreneurs can start earning with right away.
Entre, a decentralized Web 3.0 LinkedIn competitor launched on the Decentralized Social Media Blockchain (DeSo).
Michael Marra, founder of Entre, said,
“Entre is a Web 3.0 professional network designed to help people connect and work in the Web 3.0 world.”
On LinkedIn, you have to post content to cultivate opportunities that you can then eventually earn. You can build a professional Web 3.0 network, cultivate opportunities and earn on your content right away on Entre.
Web 3.0 jobs are in high demand as big brands clamor to find talent to build out decentralized ecosystems. Entre has created an ecosystem full of professionals working in and building out Web 3.0 ecosystems.
Entre has an integrated marketplace that makes it easy for you to discover the next big Web 3.0 opportunity to accelerate your career.
“Decentralized social media is important because users own and control their content and audience.”
Entrepreneurs can post jobs and gigs to hire easier and do their team meetings on the same platform. Creators can create content and host live streams and events.
Entre is built on DeSo, the only layer 1 blockchain designed to build and scale decentralized social media apps to one billion users. DeSo is currently listed on Coinbase and just pushed its big Hypersync upgrade live on mainnet.
Notable DeSo holders include Sequoia, Coinbase Ventures, a16z, Winklevoss Capital and Alex Ohanian.