Zilly is a forum for Web3 communities to coordinate their members to become contributors, so they can create quests, participate in contests, vote, receive bounties, and make suggestions. The content is asynchronous and arranged in threads with an upvote-based curation.
Zilly is Web3-native, and users can token gate things they choose. Web3 communities can also assess the onchain identity of their members. With the onchain leaderboard, they can track and reward contributions with xp and/or tokens.
Zilly is developing with Moralis. To talk with Polygon, they are making use of ethers and alchemy. They are also using the Lens API to connect their front end with the Lens back end. Users can make use of Zilly as a social etherscan and discover or search for different people and communities in Web3. There will be token-gated access to community discussions and the ability to crowdfund and raise funds for communities and projects.