Social network uses BrightID

hello. I want to create a social network where I will need to use brightID for registration. For what? So that the person knows that they are not writing to him from a fake page. Because if a person complains about a fake page, then the person will create another fake page. In our case, this cannot be, since a person can create only one page. And if a person, for example, Alice, talks to, for example, Mike, but Mike is behaving inappropriately, spamming, throwing off pornography, cheating or other prohibited topics on social networks, then Alice can complain about Mike and be sure that this will teach Mike a good lesson , since Mike will receive some kind of punishment and will not be able to temporarily use his page or use, but with some restrictions.

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I like this idea and this is a perfect usecase for BrightID. However it is extemely difficult to start a new social network from scratch.
It might be more efficient if we extend existing networks with a kind of grass-roots effort.
E.g. we could create a browser extension that works on Twitter, facebook, reddit etc. and indicates if a username is verified with BrightID.
Something like the Frame.sh extension, which verifies .eth names on twitter. See https://twitter.com/0xframe/status/1439931585873186821.

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Do you already have a team that can build this for you? Have you looked into adding BrightID into an existing decentralized social network, or do you need to build a new one?

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This could be hacked on top of Mastodon or XMPP.

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