Attrace is excited to announce a strategic partnership with Mask Network. Mask Network is an open-sourced browser extension with tens of thousands of users, which brings the privacy and benefits from web3 to social media channels like Twitter and Facebook. It allows users to trade and exchange cryptocurrency, interact with dApps, and share encrypted content without leaving mainstream social media platforms.
Coming soon: Referral Farms on Mask Network
With this partnership, the Attrace Referral Protocol will be integrated in Mask Network, thus enabling Twitter users to earn from referring web3 assets to followers.
The integration allows project owners to easily create unique Referral Farms which incentivises users to promote or buy their token while earning rewards in the process. New Referral Farms are immediately listed and visible for all Mask users, increasing exposure for their project.
By using the Masks’ extension app, users can easily promote their favorite token by referring on Twitter directly without having to leave the social channel.
Soon crypto enthusiasts can monetise their twitter influence. With the upcoming integration with Mask, Attrace will go live with 5 sponsored Referral Farms, stay tuned for more information.
In the meantime you can watch this Attrace x Mask.io explainer video to learn more about the integration.
About Mask Network
Mask Network aims to become the bridge that connects internet users from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0. The foundational technology of the Mask Network is a peer-to-peer encrypted messaging application, with new functions continuously being created around this foundation. Mask Network strongly believes in the ownership economy: People should own what they produce, own their data, their attention and the virtual space they choose to contribute to.
Mask Network integrates decentralized social messaging, borderless payment network and decentralized file storage and sharing, to provide a safe and convenient portal for users to jump into the realm of decentralized finance and ultimately Web 3.0.