A Social Gaming Discovery Protocol

From social media to gaming and education, people of all ages find themselves immersed in digital content and applications.

A prime example of this phenomenon is the immense popularity of TikTok, a short-form video sharing platform. TikTok's success can be attributed to its ability to offer users a continuous stream of engaging and novel content as its algorithm-driven recommendation system introduces users to a wide variety of entertaining videos, keeping them hooked and eager to discover the next trend, challenge, or product. This constant influx of new content aligns with their desire to explore and experiment with fresh ideas and trends, making TikTok a platform where creativity, entertainment, and self-expression flourish.

This inclination toward constantly seeking new experiences and content is part of a broader trend, where platforms and applications must consistently innovate to capture and maintain user’s short attention spans. As a result, the digital landscape has become a dynamic and ever-evolving space, driven by users’ insatiable curiosity and desire for new experiences.

Everyworld is designed to introduce β€œwhat’s new” to users primarily in the form of short-form video embedded within Discord. These videos may consist of product previews, influencer posts, and other types of promotional content.

The use of blockchains and the evolution of Everyworld to a decentralized operation will enable participants to determine the protocol’s futureβ€” who owns, builds, and uses it, what innovations occur, and what the experience will be for users. This democratization and disintermediation is intended to lead to a TikTok-like social network that combines the societal benefits of personal networks with the capitalistic ideals of private enterprise.

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