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Social Credibility

Social credibility is accounted for by the number of people in your social graph, along with your actions and their outcomes, this could be posts, and updates that are liked, commented on, and shared with others. In the Metaverse this would be based on your actions in virtual worlds and games, outcomes of digital asset commerce and perceived experiences by others.

Social credibility score is the calculation of one’s credibility in the environment within which they are immersed. This score is used to determine whether someone is credible, a real person (not a bot) and to determine their trustworthiness in interactions and commerce.