Nader Al-Naji aka 'Diamondhands' Reveals Long-Term Plan for Bitclout Blockchain

Nader Al-Naji, also known as “Diamondhands,” announced the DeSo blockchain, short for “decentralized social”, which has raised $ 200 million from large venture capital firms like a16z. The pseudonymous founder of the controversial social media site BitClout has confirmed his identity and revealed some of the thoughts behind the platform's chaotic rollout. "The Hash" team discusses what's next for BitClout and examines whether DeSo could be the backbone for the future of decentralized social media.

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