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However, syndication of content in a blockchain world is not easy, primarily because of the financialization of content platforms. In a nutshell, you have to pay to play — and not just publishers, but readers too. Commenting on or “liking” a blog post that lives on a blockchain requires an addition to the blockchain, which costs money (“gas fees” in Ethereum).

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Meteora says there are multiple apps already being built on top of RSS3, including an app called Revery that allows users to connect as many wallets as they want — meaning you can aggregate all of your RSS3 feeds into one place.

RSS3 is in active development, with the current stable version being v0.3.1. According to its GitHub page, v4 is “in hot discussion” currently.

“It’s basically a blogging platform that uses your ETH wallet as an account, and stores on Arweave. In that case, a blogger with an ETH wallet won’t need to register with Mirror, but just take the ETH wallet with him to Mirror and start blogging.

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