Elrond and Bluzelle have inked a partnership that will see decentralized apps (dApps) on the Elrond mainnet running on the latter’s tamper-proof scalability data layer. The move likely forms an important partnership in the quest for enabling greater usability for dApps within the context of the current Web 3.0 development.
Decentralized file storage continues to be an important aspect of Web 3.0 with protocols requiring more agile data layers than those provided by traditional services. The semantic aspect of Web 3.0 is one of the developing new processes in the emerging tech sector along with other pursuits like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) which may usher in the fourth industrial revolution.
Elrond dApps to Run on Bluzelle Architecture
Bluzelle announced the news of the partnership via a recent press release issued on the company’s Medium blog. According to the statement, the collaboration will see dApps running on the Elrond mainnet have access to Bluzelle’s decentralized database layer.
Both Bluzelle and Elrond devs will create viable channels for interfacing between the two networks to enable Elrond dApps to have access to a scalable data network. With Elrond looking to offer high-speed payment capabilities, the Bluzelle collaboration could provide the required boost to take its transaction throughput above 10,000 TPS.
Apart from enhancing scalability, the partnership also offers significant cost-saving benefits for Elrond-based protocols. Bluezelle also utilizes a robust fault-tolerant decentralized architecture which could mean even greater security assurance for Elrond DApss.
Commenting on the partnership, Bluzelle CEP Pavel Bains, remarked:
“Integrating with Elrond’s high-speed network will create all the prerequisites needed for developers looking to build highly scalable and fully decentralized applications. We’re eager to explore the potential new scenarios enabled by their Smart Accounts.”
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