“Lens Protocol Goes Public: Beta Launch Complete and Now Permissionless”


Lens Protocol, the decentralized social media platform affiliated with Aave, has officially transitioned from beta to a permissionless model. This marks a significant milestone in the development of the app, as it opens up access to anyone who wishes to join.

Previously, during the beta phase, users had to be invited to join and were placed on a waiting list for an account. However, with this announcement, the doors are now open for anyone to create an account on Lens Protocol’s website, eliminating any barriers to entry.

To facilitate this transition, Lens Protocol has implemented Momoka, Open Actions, and other improvements such as the Social Graph API and a new version of the API. These efforts are aimed at providing a seamless and smooth experience for both users and developers as the platform enters a new phase.

Developers can now easily access documentation on how to start their projects on Lens Protocol’s website. This transition comes at a time of increased competition in the decentralized social media space, with platforms like Aave leading the way in decentralized finance (DeFi). By leveraging its affiliation with Aave, Lens Protocol aims to expand its customer base and solidify its position in the market.

The move to a more open and inclusive permissionless model reflects Lens Protocol’s commitment to decentralization and innovation within the blockchain ecosystem. This approach is essential in promoting engagement and driving competitiveness in the decentralized social media landscape.

To share this exciting news, users can access the share button and spread the word about Lens Protocol’s transition. The platform is also categorized and tagged for easy navigation and exploration by users. With its official transition, Lens Protocol is ready to thrive in the increasingly competitive world of decentralized social media.

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