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The member.cash web of trust has had a major upgrade.

https://imgur.com/a/fheHhJL

The graph above is an example of the web of trust graph between me, @FreeTrade, and @TheLegendaryTwatter
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Twatter is a controversial member I've chosen to show the range of the information that is conveyed.

The trust graph shows your top 15 rated members rating of the member in question.
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Your trusted members have a blue circle - the darker and thicker the circle, the more trusted. Your more trusted members appear towards the top of the graph. The arrows represent the
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| ratings of those members. Again, the thicker and darker the blue arrow, the greater the trust rating. The thick dark blue arrows represent 5 star ratings, the pale blue narrow arrows
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| are 'follows' relationships which are interpreted as 3 star ratings. My direct rating is a medium blue arrow, which is a 4 star rating. The pale red ratings are 'mute' or 2 star
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| ratings. Not shown in this graph are 1 star ratings which are thick bright red arrows.

You can also mouse-over the pics and arrows to see if the rating was accompanied by a
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Trust graphs are a great tool for decentralizing verification on social media - no longer do we have to rely on a Twitter style verification service - we can instead choose
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| to vouch for each other. Trust graphs also improve with use - the better the information you supply, the better the information the trust graph will give you and your contacts.
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You'll find the trust graph under the reputation tab on a member's profile page.