Dojima Network Powers the Development of Cross-Chain dApps
Developers can access liquidity and interact with protocols from all other blockchains
Kingstown, Saint Vincent And The Grenadines, 6th Sep 2022, Dojima Network has unveiled an ecosystem that is reshaping the way dApps developers interact and build on Web 3.0. With this platform, dApps developers can build cross-chain dApps while leveraging the liquidity and protocols from all other blockchains. Dojima Network launched the first product in the ecosystem on August 11 – a cross-chain wallet that will allow developers to integrate cross-chain functionalities into their applications.
Many developers hit a brick wall when they try to scale their dApps across different blockchains. Different blockchains offer different functionalities and, until recently, it’s been challenging to combine the strengths of more than one blockchain in one dApp. Thanks to Dojima Network, developers can now build cross-chain dApps using one architecture and one language.
“We built Dojima Network to serve as a middle ground for developers from different ecosystems,” says Dojima Network Business Development Manager Esther Nwabuzor. “By unifying multiple layer-1 and layer-2 blockchains, we’ve created a platform where these developers can come together and build cross-chain dApps. With our ecosystem, developers can also integrate multiple dApps from different ecosystems.”
At Dojima Network, developers can pool liquidity and assets from blockchains like Ethereum, Solana, Bitcoin, Binance, Cosmos, Polkadot and Arweave. Beyond that, these developers can visualize and verify cross-chain transactions with access to details like average transaction fees, hashrates and block size.
The Dojima ecosystem comes complete with a suite of products to make development and deployment of dApps very easy. These include the cross-chain wallet that powers the easy exchange and management of both native and non-native tokens between different chains. The platform will also include cross-chain liquidity farming features that will be integrated with the largest existing blockchains. By helping developers setup NFT marketplaces, the Dojima team will ensure that the derivatives, tokens and NFTs from all blockchains flow into Dojima Network.
Dojima Network delivers functionality as a service (FaaS) to all users. FaaS facilitates the efficient development of dApps with easy account setup, a single API and instant dollar price valuation of tokens. Developers can also access a comprehensive transaction history of any blockchain and a detailed price history of any token. Finally, developers get a complete listing of fast, slow and average gas rates before running any transaction.
The Dojima ecosystem runs on the $DOJ utility token. This token can be staked to run a validator node. Dojima Network supports all major cryptocurrencies. Nevertheless, using $DOJ token will effectively reduce gas fees and grant holders access to extra features on the platform.
With the cross-chain wallet already launched, the Dojima team is currently working to deploy the supporting products and functionalities in the next few weeks. This includes the Dojima blockchain as well as full functionality of the wallet.
By building this platform, Dojima Network is helping developers to supercharge their dApps by integrating the best functionalities from established blockchains. What makes this ecosystem even better is the fact that developers can do this without the hassle of having to master different architectures and languages.
About Dojima Network
Dojima Network is a cross-chain infrastructure platform that acts as a middle ground between multiple layer-1 and layer-2 blockchains to drive cross-chain dApps. The ecosystem comes complete with functionalities designed to facilitate the efficient building and deployment of DeFi apps. With Dojima Network, developers can combine the liquidity and assets from different blockchains and build supercharged dApps.
Organization: Dojima Network
Contact Person: Esther Nwabuzor
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Country: Saint Vincent And The Grenadines