This is an interesting concept.
A lot of athletes and entertainers don’t interact with fans because they have too many trolls clogging up the timeline.
Steph Curry was one of those athletes and that was one of the reasons he wasn’t on social media as much, but he and his team maybe have found a solution to that.
The California-based company, named Slyce, promises to improve the way athletes and other influential people engage with their followers on social media by making it more organized and filtering out much of the noise.
The platform integrates with Facebook and Twitter and acts as an intermediary between athletes and their fans by sifting through inbound traffic in order to filter out the most relevant interactions.
Very smart and could very lucrative for Steph and his team.