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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Ruby on Rails has been one of the world's most popular web frameworks
for more than a decade. It makes it fast and easy to bring up a website
tailored exactly to your needs.

With the SocialOS Ruby client library and SocialOS Rails Sync you can
bring your Rails site to life, integrating into dozens of social network
platforms, CRMs, payment and notification systems with a single simple
API.

Feed your users content and posts into Kred Social Scoring,
bring your Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other content into
your site, and integrate instantly with web forums, CRM platforms like
Hubspot, and payment gateways like Stripe and Paypal.

Using Rails Sync you can even share content and comments with other
participating Rails sites. It's all under your control.

Supported social media and communication feeds include:

For business users, SocialOS supports payment notifications and webhook
integration, including data from:

In addition, SocialOS can import data from any website or application
supporting an RSS feed, including leading news and financial
organisations, or in a standardised format via REST API, Webhook, or
streaming over Websockets.

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