Building bridges: Connecting web2 services with blockchain data
Imagine going to the store, generating a proof that you locked a thousand of their loyalty points for three months, and receiving a 30% discount. Today, this would require custom software development on the side of the store and the loyalty point developer. Today, all of the data contained on blockchain (ERC-20s, NFTs, staked tokens, locked tokens, identity information, etc…) is accessible to “regular” servers only in the most trivial way. They can query indexers to see what the state is, but any form of cryptographic guarantees still require custom programming. By creating a modular multi-chain SDKs (Java/JS/Python/…) and verifier APIs – we can ensure that web2 providers can access blockchain data in a trustless, cryptographically protected way.