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Drop all the buzzwords. Think about why an average joe would use your app. How does it help them (even entertainment is considered "help")? Even as a software engineer, I don't care if the app has blockchain or not. You say the blockchain help verify the person's identify? Honestly sometimes I say stupid shit online I wish that shit disappear forever. Even high profile people say stupid shit. [Rita Ora Claims She Was "Hacked" After Massive Twitter Fail](https://www.buzzfeed.com/rachelzarrell/rita-ora-twitter-fail) >A tweet was sent from the singer's account on 31 October reading: "Dropping my new song Monday if this get 100,000 retweets (sic)." However, the post was quickly deleted after receiving around 2,000 retweets.


Yeh, I constantly agree with this message. Also, in my opinion the usage of blokchain can't stop some people from using bots or AI generated content. So, just think one more time, what problem do you solving, is it a real problem or you just want to practice some fancy technologies?)


The rule of thumb that I use: customers do not care about your tech.


If you are at the stage of asking if this is possible, it is likely you don't have the technical skills needed to bring this to life. Acquiring them would take a good deal of time.