Buidler Overview

What is Buidler?

Buidler is a social messaging and crypto wallet app built to make web3 more useful and accessible.

Main Features
Real-time discussions and interactions while browsing
Transform websites into communities
Connect with users viewing the same content effortlessly
Integrate Buidler into your website to build loyal communities
Stay connected and engaged seamlessly inside the Buidler app
Blockchains
Ethereum

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Frequently asked questions

Buidler is a messaging platform that allows users to engage in real-time discussions and interactions while browsing websites. By installing the Buidler Extension, users can join chat rooms on specific websites, enabling them to communicate with others viewing the same content without the need to switch between platforms. Buidler aims to solve communication problems on the internet and build loyal communities that keep visitors engaged and connected. Users can log in to Buidler using social login or crypto wallets like MetaMask or WalletConnect.

To get started with Buidler, follow these steps:

  1. Install the Buidler extension by clicking on the Extension Link provided.
  2. Once installed, enable the extension and reload the website you want to join the community on.
  3. In the bottom right corner of the website, click on the chat plugin.
  4. Select "Live chat" and join the channel.
  5. If you haven't logged in yet, you can use social login or crypto wallets like MetaMask or WalletConnect.
  6. Explore various communities by joining the community on your favorite websites or visiting buidler.app/communities.

Buidler's mission is to solve communication problems on the internet by enabling real-time discussions and interactions while browsing. It transforms websites into communities, with each URL becoming a chat room.

Using a crypto wallet for logging in is a choice, not a requirement. Buidler offers options for wallet connectivity, such as WalletConnect and Social Connect, but connecting a wallet is not mandatory.

Buidler's mission is to solve communication problems on the internet by transforming websites into communities. It allows users to have real-time discussions and interactions while browsing, eliminating the need to switch between platforms. Buidler aims to build loyal communities that keep visitors engaged, connected, and coming back for more.

Buidler is a messaging platform that allows users to engage in real-time discussions and interactions while browsing websites. By installing the Buidler Extension, users can join chat rooms on specific URLs, transforming websites into communities. This eliminates the need to switch between platforms and enables seamless communication and collaboration. Buidler also offers the option to log in using social login or crypto wallets like MetaMask or WalletConnect. The platform aims to solve communication problems on the internet and build loyal communities that keep visitors engaged and connected.

Using a crypto wallet for logging in is not mandatory when using Buidler. It is a choice and users have the option to use social login or crypto wallets like MetaMask or WalletConnect for logging in.

Anyone who is not barred from using the Services under the laws of the applicable jurisdiction and is at least 13 years old can use the Buidler services. If you are living in the United Kingdom or a European Union country, you must be at least 16 years old. Additionally, if you are using the Services on behalf of a company, organization, government, or other legal entity, you must be authorized to do so and have the authority to bind such entity to the Terms of Service.

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