It can be overwhelming to join a web3 community, whether it’s a DAO, NFT group, or DeFi project. There’s usually a crazy amount of information that’s spread between Twitter, Discord, Notion, and other tools. Cuda allows web3 teams to simplify the way they share their most valuable information with their community.
Most web3 contributors find it difficult to locate information that will help them learn about and contribute to a DAO or project. Often, they are overwhelmed by a torrent of disorganized links that aren’t relevant when they join. Cuda Pages help web3 operators share official links, integrate their favorite tools, drive traffic, track clicks, and grow their community.
It’s free for web3 communities, including DAOs, NFT projects, and DeFi projects, to sign up for a Cuda page. Once you give the Barracuda team your Twitter handle, Discord username, or email address, they will approve the URL you requested. All Cuda pages begin with barracuda.io/.
Then, DAOs and projects can build their Cuda page using a user-friendly drag-and-drop editor and by connecting their social media channels, website, blog and Web3 tools like Snapshot, OpenSea, MagicEden, LooksRare,and Mirror.
As of July 2022, Cuda was only onboarding web3 communities and personal accounts were not yet available.
The new Analytics feature is a great new feature that allows DAO operators to view which links are the most useful to their community.
The Barracuda Team is focused on increased security measures for Cuda pages. Right now, you can connect your page to a Metamask (Ethereum) or Phantom (Solana) wallet. They expect to release more wallet integrations soon.
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