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Frames are terrible UX and will eventually fade. It was a brilliant move as it showed what can be done with an open social graph / client, but since you can't run arbitrary code on someone's client it will remain a clunky interactive 'experience'. The future is dedicated client PWAs like /wildcardclub that utilize the underlying protocol while building novel experiences.
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It is kind of clunky. But the concept of a embedded transaction is pretty powerful. To use the marketing POV, putting the bottom-of-funnel conversion at the top-of-funnel consumer experience is powerful. At @spindl we built much more interactive Frames-like units that can run anywhere, and I'd still bet on them becoming some form of sponsored call-to-action.
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