Infura, a leading supplier of Web3 APIs, has formed a consortium with 18 Internet framework businesses, including Microsoft, Tencent Cloud, Grove and Covalent, as a development of Infura’s Decentralized Infrastructure Network (DIN).
earth will be a service provider RPC-as-a-service Decentralized to work on Web 3 and increase accessibility, productivity, and reliability, DIN provides a robust way for developers to connect to Ethereum and other leading blockchains.
The leader of DIN is Infura and other collaborators. All will contribute to the creation of a unified version of DIN that will serve as the base for the decentralization process.
According to Infura and project co-founder and DIN Technical Lead, EG Galano, they have been pleased with the participation from their collaborators for a year now. They aim to introduce DIN to Web3 developers and users.
The launch of DIN with 19 collaborators is a landmark in decentralization in the case of one of the most sought after Web3 API solutions within the Infura ecosystem, responsible for the core backend framework regarding Web3 products such as MetaMask, Ethereum name services and Layer 2 DIN upgrade solutions are part of Infura’s functionality to support various blockchain APIs.
Michael O’Rourke, founder of Pocket Network and CEO of Grove, a DIN collaborator, said their focus has always been on decentralization of the framework. In his view, DIN users feel the potential through Grove and Pocket Network.
Two initial features of DIN are backup protection on Polygon and Ethereum, which allows users to offload RPC traffic from one DIN bound to another.
According to Eugene Yeo, Technical Director of Luscent.io, DIN plays a role as a blockchain framework. The same is true for other electrical service solutions. that every household needs
Decentralization comes with network and uptime. Making blockchain more available Especially when there are more people joining. In the next few months Backup protection via DIN is available in the case of Arbitrum, Avalanche, C-Chain and Optimism.
DIN comes from and supports the Ethereum and Web3 culture that encourages interoperability along with competition. DIN’s focus is to work alongside current RPC suppliers and create new frameworks that are compatible with other RPC services.
According to Erik Ashdown, Head of Covalent Ecosystem, Infura has carved out a separate path for itself with DIN for them. This is a great opportunity to work with a wide range of businesses and share their experience and expertise.
From the perspective of Rivet’s founder and CEO, Austin Roberts, building a new network requires leveraging the initial focus and setting benchmarks to make it more effective. This is why the DIN initiative is the responsibility of the collaborators. As a result, unauthorized innovations can occur.