SocialOS API | Build vertical social networks and collaborative apps infused with blockchain

Build vertical social networks and collaborative apps infused with blockchain

The SocialOS Developer Hub

PeopleBrowsr's core technology, SocialOS, empowers individuals, government and enterprise to rapidly build vertical social networks and innovative Social Apps infused with blockchain.
Trusted by major banks and governments, SocialOS integrates with the apps you love in the environments you depend on with state of the art security.
Integrations with Stellar, Ethereum, POA and Loom blockchains simplify DApp setup.

SocialOS is part of the Kred Developer Ecosystem, including Kred Scores, Kred NFTs, and Kred Domains.

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Engagement Center

The Engagement Center provides the fastest way to find your engaged users, customers, or contacts and take their engagement to the next level.

  • Manage Connections, Contacts, and Companies.
  • Tag, group, search, and engage your contacts.
  • Automatic social graph lookup for both individuals and organisations, supporting 90+ social platforms.

The Discover function allows the user to explore live content and find trending and engaged users:

  • Find posts by tag or keyword.
  • Narrow focus by media, language and location.
  • Focus on users by bio.
  • Analyse by relevance ad sentiment.
  • Automatically filter out bots, spam, and profanity.
  • Score engagement on likes, shares, reposed, and comments.

The Engagement Center delivers an instant view of the most engaged users in any Grab or Community. From there, you can engage with those users:

  • Reward them on Kred.
  • Invite them to your Grab.
  • Follow them on the respective social networks.
  • Like and share their content.

The Reward Center can also be viewed as a widget for embedding in your web application, an RSS feed for integration with existing applications, and as a JSON API for developing new applications.

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