Ares Protocol and Crust Network Announce Partnership

Ares Protocol, the first cross-chain oracle in the Polkadot ecosystem is excited to announce a partnership with Crust Network, a decentralized storage protocol. Ares Protocol will bring more valuable asset data and rich off-chain data for Crust Network. Ares combines the latest Optimistic Rollup data verification model to store distributed data source warehouses on the Crust network. In addition, Ares will fully support data management and data indexing on the Crust network, bringing a better experience for data verification on the chain.

About Ares Protocol

Ares protocol is the first decentralized cross-chain oracle service protocol in the Polkadot ecosystem. It is also the first new-generation protocol service protocol that implements verification on the data chain. Ares is the first to open up compensation channels for data users when they suffer business losses due to the use of oracle data.

As an infrastructure builder that connects the real world and the blockchain network, under the grand vision of the WEB3.0 era, it provides safe and reliable data services for multi-chain interconnection and the development of the digital economy.






Twitter: @AresProtocol

About Crust

Crust implements the incentive layer protocol for decentralized storage. It is adaptable to multiple storage layer protocols such as IPFS and provides support for the application layer. Crust’s architecture also has the capability of supporting a decentralized computing layer and building a decentralized cloud ecosystem.

After the successful end of the “Profit Ark” incentivized testnet, Maxwell Preview Network has started on February 4th this year. Crust added the guarantee function for token holder users and officially opened the storage market. At present, the total storage capacity of Maxwell Preview Network has reached 116 PB.


Twitter: @CrustNetwork





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