Matters 社區官方帳號 Official account of Matters Community For English community: @Matterslab Everything related to Web3 / Matters Web3相關活動請見: @web3 Building @thespace

Feature Guide | How to use Content Subscriptions to keep track of your favorite Matters authors?

You can subscribe to your favorite Matters authors via the popular RSS reader or the IPFS-compatible reader Planet, and read articles directly.

Matters recently launched the "content feed" function. This function builds a decentralized subscription service based on the IPFS network. You can subscribe through popular RSS readers such as Feedly, Inoreader, NetNewsWire, or use a more IPFS compatible Reader Planet Subscribe to your favorite Matters authors and read articles directly.

This feature is currently in closed beta (October 14th) and will be given priority to Travelloggers holders, and will be fully open to the community in the future. (What is Travelloggers? This is an NFT issued by Matters Lab, for more information, please click here )
If you are a holder but have not yet bound a wallet, please go to to bind the wallet address of Travelloggers to your Matters account.
If you want to buy Traveloggers now, go to OpenSea

Where can I find the subscription portal?

You can find the subscription entry on the author's personal homepage. Each author's homepage will have a button with an antenna pattern (next to the track button)

You can find the subscription entry on the author's personal homepage

Pressing it will display a series of subscription addresses, at this time you can select the desired address, press to copy and paste it into your reader

You can see that there are two ways of "IPNS subscription" and "RSS" subscription on the screen. The following describes how to use it.

Subscribe with IPNS

IPNS is the abbreviation of Inter-Planetary Naming Service, which is a service that helps users find content more easily in the IPFS network. For example, in the online world, you only need to enter Matters.News to get the content on Matters. IPNS is also a very similar concept, but it is applied to the IPFS network; and IPNS fingerprints represent the information of each Matters user in the IPFS network. private address.

In the past, when Matters published articles, each article would generate a unique work fingerprint. If you want to subscribe to the author's content, you need to obtain the work fingerprint of each article and open it on the public node. After Matters integrates IPNS, content subscription can be realized through it, and the latest works of authors can be continuously updated in the subscription reader, without the need to open it separately on the public node.

If you want to use IPNS to subscribe to authors, you need to use Planet, a web3 reader that supports IPNS , please click the official link to download.

After opening Planet, click the swastika in the lower left corner and select Follow Planet

Paste the copied IPNS fingerprint (it will be a string of garbled characters, such as k51qzi5uqu5djhtl56a6tit89nutvixcqj1o6gk8rw2tx4z31aw5fwob2jb0ho) and press follow (it will take a few seconds)

Once the subscription is complete, the author's articles will appear in your reader feed.

Subscribe with an RSS reader

If you are using an RSS reader, copy the address of any "RSS feed" node (eg )

And paste it to your reader, you can subscribe.

In particular, whether it is IPNS or RSS subscription, the reading time of public nodes will be affected by the network where the user is located. The Matters team has already started to optimize. If there are any problems or problems, please report to Matty or write to [email protected]

@Matty | Matters Community Official Account
@Matters Lab
| Matters Lab English official account
@[email protected]
| Matters Web3 related news

Like my work??
Don't forget to support or like, so I know you are with me..


Matters x Planet:馬特市推出內容訂閱新功能,Traveloggers 持有者優先試用

Matters Lab 與 達成戰略夥伴合作關係


Want to read more ?

Login with one click and join the most diverse creator community.