既然是数字土地，希望可以构建出一些有意思的应用，比如树洞或者延迟信，用时间锁功能，比如alice用1000个CKB锁定了一封信，三年后自动发送给她喜欢的Bob，顺便锁仓三年等同于囤币[呲牙]； 或者开发读书功能，现在的微信读书都太中心化，有些隐私隐患，能不能在CKB上面用500ckb占个一本书，写写读书心得，这个就是你自己的，就和nostr一样，关注你的地址的朋友才能看到，当然这些需要豆瓣的引流更好。 此类想法的应用能做出来就很棒，不要老局限在nft和defi上啊，另辟蹊径，满足很多隐私和分享需求的应用会出圈的。
树洞/给未来信类别的应用还挺适合基于Spore开发的，直接使用SDK就行，除了树洞和给未来寄信，还可以做漂流瓶类的应用（因为可以设置margin fee来使得传递漂流瓶只需要漂流瓶创作者预付transaction fee
读书类应用涉及到版权会比较麻烦，如果要把书放到链上的话会需要去购买版权，否则会有诉讼风险。按2B的思路很容易做成去中心化出版，变成链上版的Archive of our own，2C的话就会因为需要获客，做成Read2Earn/创作2Earn，像ReadON那样，这两种都很容易做得很重。不过如果做接力创作（一个人写完给另一个人接着创作）类的应用，或者你画我猜这种，可能会比较适合
Great idea! Let me translate it into English so that more people can read it:
Title：On digital land, other varieties can be explored.
In the realm of digital land, there’s a drive to create captivating applications. For instance, developing a confessional or delayed messaging using time-lock functionality could be intriguing. Imagine Alice using 1000 CKB to time-lock a letter, automatically sending it to her dear friend Bob after three years. Additionally, the act of holding onto assets for three years could be likened to an investment in coins.
Another idea involves the creation of a reading feature. Platforms like WeChat Reading（WeChat Reading is a Chinese reading application based on the WeChat social platform）, which are excessively centralized and present privacy risks, could benefit from an alternative approach. Could there be a way to claim ownership of a book using 500 CKB on CKB, allowing for personal insights similar to Nostr? This content would be accessible only to friends following your address, and integrating with Douban（Douban is a Chinese forum where various threads can be created to share content like books, movies, and more） could further enrich this experience. Developing such applications, beyond the realms of NFTs and DeFi, could forge a new path, catering to diverse privacy and sharing needs, and ultimately gaining significant attention.
The extended idea is also great. I’ll also translate it into English to see if there’s potential for further implementation.
For applications like anonymous sharing or sending messages to the future, they seem suitable for development based on Spore. Utilizing the SDK directly simplifies the process. Apart from these functionalities, creating a drift bottle application could be viable (as it allows setting margin fees to ensure the transfer of a drift bottle requires only the creator to prepay the transaction fee).
Developing a reading application could pose copyright challenges. Placing books on the blockchain might necessitate acquiring copyrights to avoid litigation risks. Adapting a B2B approach could easily lead to decentralized publishing, becoming a blockchain version of Archive of Our Own.
In the case of B2C, it would involve acquiring users, hence making it a Read2Earn/Create2Earn platform, similar to ReadON.Alternatively, creating collaborative writing apps (where one person writes and passes it to another) or drawing guessing games might be more suitable.
Furthermore, digital land is well-suited for gaming. Consider games like Factorio or Civilization for cultivating simulation games.