If you’ve already connected a wallet to Mirror, when you subscribe to updates from another projection Mirror, that project will be able to see your Mirror username, email address, and wallet address.
If you haven’t already connected a wallet to Mirror, when you subscribe to updates from another project with only your email, that user will be able to see your email address.
Mirror only shares this information with the projects to which you subscribe.
We believe wallets are the fundamental representation of identity in web3, and creators will want to build a community represented by wallets. Wallets create a social and economic link between projects.
At any time, you can export all the user names, wallet addresses and email addresses subscribed to your Mirror publication. Here are a few use cases for wallet addresses that are available right now:
- Subscribing to essays from your favorite web3 thinkers
- Subscribing to weekly updates from the best DAOs and web3 projects
- Token-gated experiences for subscribers
- Token and NFT airdrops to subscribers
- Whitelisting subscribers for NFT mints
- Dune dashboards to analyze subscriber preferences and activity
- Subscriber-only governance proposals