Kleo Network is a social web3 platform that aims to create a social network backed by a user’s presence online. The basic idea is to have users create their social identities reflected by their internet browsing patterns (using browsing history). Initially, we help users track their browsing history and analyze it to gather insights from it like the top categories they browse. We believe that a user’s online identity is reflected in what they visit online and that is what shapes them. Currently, there is no way to track this in a healthy and transparent manner and Kleo wishes to solve that, giving insights to users on their browsing history.We want people to connect with like-minded people based on actual data and allow them to message and share experiences on the basis of their browsing history. This ability to search, message, and share relevant experiences will save time and create value for our users which was not possible before.
The user has complete control and ownership of that data.
It is also composable in nature, so a person can not only analyze their browsing history but also issue verifiable browsing patterns as credentials to different centralized/decentralized applications. This will enable community creation on the basis of more fine-tuned data.
We were building a web3 cookie solution previously, which can be found at https://kleo.network/, we recently pivoted to build a decentralized identity on top of browsing history. The entire backend, extension and profile page graphs have been built during the course of the hackathon, the pinned section was done before the hackathon started.