Meet an Earner with @chaoticmonk.lens
In our Meet an Earner interview series, we ask real-life web3 earners about their journey, experiences and insights on earning with web3.
This week, we had the pleasure of interviewing @chaoticmonk.lens, a passionate user of orb. Discover more about his web3 social journey and a comprehensive overview of his orb experience.
Launching an improved video experience. 📽️
• Landscape mode
• Forward/rewind functionality
• Play/pause controls
• Mute/unmute options pic.twitter.com/fgkfVpecXP
— orb (@orbapp_) July 6, 2023
Tell us a little about yourself (only what you’re happy to share!). Where do you live? Do you work, study etc?
How did you learn about orb? When did you start using it?
I first heard about orb on Lenster, where everyone was buzzing about the new mobile experience. At that time, it was only available on an invitation basis. I began using orb in October or November, around the time I became heavily involved with the Lens Ecosystem. Having a mobile app greatly accelerated this process.
What do you like about orb?
How often do you use orb? Where do you use it?
40-50% of my Lens usage is via orb on mobile, rest is divided between Buttrfly, Lenster and other apps I’m testing.
What blockchain are you currently on – Solana, BNB Chain, Ethereum?
Presently, I’m primarily on Ethereum and its Layer 2s, but I have experience with Fantom, Solana, Harmony, Avalanche, and BNB – I tinker a lot.
Can you tell us a bit more about your earning experience with orb?
Earning with orb is straightforward. As I mentioned earlier, it’s simple to post collectible content via the app. I appreciate the features like collector’s statistics and revenue distribution, which I believe should be standardized across the Lensverse. Highlighting top supporters alongside follower counts is crucial, and orb does an excellent job in this regard.
Where else are you earning on web3?
My earnings on Lens surpass any other web3 platforms I’ve used. In my opinion, the sustainability of P2E models in web3 is questionable, as they often require a continuous influx of new users. However, Lensverse fosters a non-transactional relationship between creators and collectors that I find more sustainable and enjoyable.