Discord Expands Its Linked Roles Feature
The new features will help to limit the number of frauds and fraud on websites while also improving user connections based on common interests.
On Monday, the Web3 community's most well-known app, Discord, revealed that it would be extending its "Linked Roles" functionality to over 20 compatible websites. Users can increase user credibility and potentially reduce fraud by linking off-site accounts to their Discord profiles using the Linked Roles functionality.
Off-sites Users can Link with Their Discord Accounts
The news was made in the form of a lengthy blog post that explains how users can link their off-site accounts to their Discord profiles. Users can link their Discord profiles to Twitter, DeviantArt, Reddit, eBay, and Steam accounts. Users can add a layer of privacy by choosing whether or not to disclose their associated accounts to each Discord server they join.
Role of Discord in the Web3 Community
The NFT and Web3 community loves Discord, and several projects have servers running on it. Discord is frequently used by NFT project teams for giveaways, publicity, and serving as a community hub for its members. After all, one of the buzzwords in Web3 is "community."
Companies Unveil New Features for the Web3 Community
Despite the recent decline in cryptocurrency, businesses have kept innovating in the Web3 Community. Twitter declared that it would include NFTs in the Tweet Tiles functionality. Users will now be able to share an NFT marketplace listing, complete with a picture and some metadata.
Instagram announced the launch of its NFT posting tool. The feature was supported by the Ethereum and Polygon blockchains and was accessible in 100 nations worldwide at the time of the announcement. The Connected Calibre E4 smartwatch from TAG Heuer can now show and validate NFTs. The new feature displays the non-fungible tokens within two wallets: Metamask and Ledger Live.