August 28, 2020
First look on mobile app development and new authentication
August 11, 2020
Checkout the winners for 90nostalgia memory grant.
August 1, 2020
Checkout the 4 new improvements on Paras. From your New Home to Better Search.
July 28, 2020
Checkout the winner and honorable mentions for Artprentice memory grant.
July 21, 2020
Checkout the winner and honorable mentions from the first ever memory grant program, Bookshelf.
July 6, 2020
Memory Bank is Paras' newest communal program. We create a vessel for every user to store and preserve their memory in our platform. Every Sunday, we will ask you a question or captivate you with a certain topic in which you can chime in by contributing with a post.
July 6, 2020
Every week, the Paras Team will choose the best memory and give rewards in DAI Stablecoin and PAC cryptocurrency. So what are these stablecoin and cryptocurrency things? How can they benefit me in real life?
July 3, 2020
After 3 months of intense product development, Paras Alpha is now available for everyone! We’re on a mission to be the digital collective memory: The place to share and truly own your digital memory, whether it is a photograph, notes or links to your favorite music or video.
July 1, 2020
Introducing Paras Action Coin (PAC); virtual token every Paras' user will have that is required to traverse through our platform's features such as Transmit, Piece, and Memento.
May 5, 2020
How Paras give the same power to everyone to create and distribute and become the safe place where people can share stories, ideas, works and creativity — carefree.
April 27, 2020
When Jack Dorsey stated that if he had to start a platform again, he would not emphasize the follower count as much, I was surprised. He also claims that he does not think that he would create the feature in the first place. It sounds unthinkable.
April 5, 2020
Social media evolves immensely over the years. It used to be a social network to link one person to the other. It is undeniable that it turns into a go-to source of information and even source of income for a few. According to Kevin Werbach, social media has turned into an essential piece to get information for billions of people. Social media is also surprisingly adaptive and adjustable to preferences and behaviors. The changes are rapid to the point that it is difficult and predicts which way it will transform. A decade ago, it is just a social network, and now it turns into a parade of information, platform of conformation, and beauty gallery. Social media even morphs to political echo chambers during election years. It also gives a platform to those who would like to monetize their content through monetization which something unthinkable a few years back.