We are at the start of a next revolution: the decentralized revolution driven by blockchain technology which will make Web 3.0 possible. Blockchain will profoundly reshape industries and economies and make the world more transparent, more honest, smarter, and wealthier.
Serey is utilizing Blockchain technology in building better ways of online social interactions and being at the frontier of Web 3.0 developments. Serey’s goal is to apply its Serey blockchain for mainstream use-cases and to contribute in making the world more efficient, transparent and honest.
What is Serey
Serey is a next generation blockchain-based social media platform with an ecosystem of frontier decentralized applications (dApps) of Web 3.0. Our dApps will utilize the Serey blockchain to revolutionize industries and to bring added value to the society and to the people.
With Serey we are aiming to decentralize content on the internet by connecting people to the platform and encouraging them to engage in social interactions. We believe that when we allow everyone to post and curate content, while giving them an economic and social incentive to be part of or to have a stake in the platform, information becomes more diverse and of higher quality. Information on Serey is stored on the blockchain and is distributed all over the world making it transparent, secure and immutable.
Each user account on Serey receives an integrated wallet. The platform’s native cryptocurrency is Serey coin (SRY), which can be transferred and used for payments. Serey coins can be earned by posting and curating content on the Serey platform or by maintaining the Serey network.
Serey aims at developing an open platform where everyone in any place of the world is free to enter into dialogue without privilege, and to be rewarded for the creativity they provide to the platform.
Serey is neutral and agnostic by providing everyone equal access, no matter what their station of birth, race or economic power is. It is a place where anyone, anywhere may exercise their creativity, no matter how singular, without fear of being coerced into silence or conformity.
What problems do we solve?
- Media centralization: Traditional social media platforms are centralized entities that take users’ content and sell it to advertisers, while channeling billions of dollars to their shareholders. The users of these platforms, those who are actually building and supporting the platforms, oftentimes don’t receive any rewards in return.
- Censorship: Such platforms have, moreover, censorship controls that can distort the views and opinions of the people while suppressing freedom of expression and people’s creativity.
- Low quality media: The quality of content is often compromised through censorship and not giving economic and social incentives to content-creators.