What is Dataverse❓

Dataverse is committed to protecting users' data sovereignty and creating personal private space under web3. Via the Dataverse plugin,users can curate NFT on six public chains (including ETH, BSC, FLOW, MATIC, SOLANA, TEZOS) and from most major marketplaces , Mirror articles, YouTube videos, and management web2 content. All there is to curate on both web2 and web3. Rush over now to become one of our curators. Tips: you will be required to connect your wallet in order to create personal 3ID and build private space when using the Dataverse plugin. Please be assured that it will never reach your asset layer and involve personal assets.

How to use Dataverse❓

  1. Go to Google Store and download the Dataverse plugin. https://t.co/7SI2wcxvxH

  2. (Take Opensea as an example) Go to Opensea and enter the details page of any NFT, click on the icon in the upper right corner to curate. Then, there will be pop-up window indicates that it is saved successfully.

  3. Click the plugin to enter Dataverse space and view curated NFT. Tips: It also supports video, article, and other web3 data curation.

After installing Dataverse, what browser permissions are authorized to the plugin❓

The Dataverse plugin will inject CurateButton in users’ browsers, in order to fetch the contents they would like to collect. For examples, when users curate contents, the current URL, NFT’s tokenID, or Mirror’s contentDigest will be scraped from the browsing websites. These elements represent ing the contentIDs will be saved to secure personal space (i.e., Ceramic’s decentralized user tables). In other words, relation data entries are created (e.g., userID -> contentIDs ) and users can browse contents via contentIDs directly in their space. But our team do not store any of these relation data in centralized databases. Besides, to provide best user experiences, the plugin also requires local storage permissions to backup the DID credentials and folder dictionaries. This storage cannot be accessed by any other plugins or webpages, which is secured by the chrome native systems.

Why do you need to authorize wallet signatures twice and what happens in the network❓

When you are new to the Dataverse system, you are required to sign two messages via your wallets like MetaMask to connect identities (i.e., 3ID). Two messages will popup, one is "allow this account to control your identity" and another is link this account to your identity". The first signature is used by a determined algorithm to create the AuthSecret, which is responsible for controls one DID and read/write permissions to related Ceramic’s data streams. Remember AuthSecret is important in the Dataverse identity wallet, much like your private key in asset wallets. It is currently stored in the secure local storage of the plugin. The second signature is used to create a DID from AuthSecret. When your AuthSecret is not linked to any DID in the Ceramic network, this message will popup to create a DID and store it on the Ceramic network, which will not appear again for later connection. Finally, your identities control your data write/read permissions, but never control your funds in your asset wallets. The signatures are used to “Connect Identity”.

Our team will not collect any relation data with regard to user privacy.

Users are the owners of their identities and curated contents as well as secret folder dictionaries. Our team will never collect this information to a centralized databases. Note that public folders created by you are readable to all participants of the Ceramic network. In addition, to provide high-quality services, we need to maintain some statistics, e.g., total user DIDs or favorites counts for a given NFT. So when users create a new DID or curate certain NFT, our databases will record the DID identifier and add one count to this NFT, but never record the relationship between certain DID and its curated NFTs.

What is Loop❓

Loop is a web3 information flow aggregator. By applying Loop, users can follow the latest developments of NFT whales and thus make reference to the market dynamics. Meanwhile, trending keywords reflect the current movements on various chains and can be quickly switched to view related content. Users can customize personalized information such as avatars and backgrounds according to their preferences, while inviting friends to follow them to create their own web3 social circle. Loop official website: https://useloop.app/#/feed

After I issue an NFT on a platform such as Opensea, do I need to do anything else to save this NFT to Dataverse❓


Dataverse will automatically save your NFT creation to your personal space after you issue it on a platform such as Opensea. [Be sure to make sure that the address is identical].

Does Dataverse currently have any coin listings or airdrops planned❓

There are no recent announcements of coin listings or airdrops from Dataverse.

If any person or organization claims to have any information or resources regarding this, please be cautious and do not believe and not click on any links that are not officially posted. All information is subject to official Dataverse notices.

How do I communicate with the team❓

You can message in any channel on our Discord (we can all see it); in addition, you can also send us an email: info@ownershiplabs.com

We look forward to any questions, feedback and suggestions you may have!

Which wallets and marketplaces are currently supported❓

Currently, we support MetaMask; fourteen platforms, including Niffy Gateway, Foundation, Async Art, SupeRare, Rarible, Zora and OpenSea,KnownOrigin, Makersplace, TOFU NFT, viv3, magiceden, objkt, kalamint are compatible. We will support more platforms and wallets later as the functionality improves.

Does it cost any gas fee to store NFT in my personal space?❓


No gas fee is required for any operations performed with Dataverse, including connecting wallets, storing NFTs, editing NFTs, etc.

What is DID❓

DID is short for Decentralized Identifier.

The address acts as a "personal on-chain unified pass" for users and can be easily tied to Web 2.0 social accounts such as Twitter and Discord. Dataverse integrates with this solution, thus eliminating many complex password management steps and allowing users to better focus on NFT collections.

More details on DID are as follows:# DID

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