Early supporters of Flare (FLR) are going to release a community-driven Wikipedia site that will cover the most crucial aspects of Flare's technical and marketing process.
Flare's Wikipedia takes shape
According to the announcement shared on Twitter, Flarepedia, a new project of the Flare community, is going to be released soon. Flarepedia is set to become the first ultimate knowledge base for Flare (FLR) enthusiasts.
#Flarepedia will make it easy to share up-to-date information with other members of the #FlareCommunity— Flarepedia (@Flarepedia) September 2, 2021
Our site will include information on both @FlareNetworks & #SongbirdNetwork ?
Wen Flarepedia? Follow to stay updated!? pic.twitter.com/WHlJ6YHbqi
Initially, Flarepedia's mass of data will include three sections: Learn, Explore and Community. As such, it will be of use for researchers, developers and community members.
This wiki-like initiative will be fully community-driven: every Flare (FLR) enthusiast will be able to contribute to Flarepedia's informational articles.
As such, the vision of Flarepedia's initiators is very ambitious:
Our goal is to source and organize as much information about the #FlareNetwork as possible - all in a user-friendly & easy to understand website .
Spreading the word about Flare
In July 2021, the community enthusiasts behind Flarepedia organized an "ask-me-anything" session with Hugo Philion, CEO and co-founder of Flare Networks. This team is behind the development of Flare.
As covered by U.Today, yesterday, on Sept. 2, 2021, Flare's team issued a warning about increased scammer activity. The fraudsters are offering FLR tokens in Stellar-based wallets.
At the same time, FLR tokens are core native assets of the Flare blockchain. As it has not been launched yet, every attempt to sell FLR is a blatant scam.