"We have a bold vision to expand our innovative solutions for smart contract development, discoverability, monetization and security with the Hyperverse as we onboard the next 10 million Web 2.0 developers to Web 3.0 with the support of our community," said Nik Kalyani, Decentology co-founder and CEO.
The Hyperverse uses "composability," which makes it possible for smart contracts already deployed to a blockchain to interact with each other. Decentology has built a standard set of interfaces that enable developers to easily compose new applications by connecting existing "smart modules" which are single-purpose smart contracts. This makes decentralized app development simpler, faster, and cost-effective.
"We've long believed composability between dapps will be the multiplier effect for innovation to compound at a rate never seen before. It's very exciting to see amazing applications on Flow like the Hyperverse bring a new wave of mainstream developers into our space through a new incentive model," said Mickey Maher, SVP of Partnerships at Dapper Labs.
Additionally, the Hyperverse introduces an innovative, per transaction monetization model for developers, similar to the models used by cloud providers such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS.
"Decentology's novel method of introducing monetization for developers of decentralized apps we believe is a game changer for the adoption of blockchain and have the conviction that they are poised to win," said Marat Mukhamedyarov, Founding Partner at Good News Ventures.
The marketplace will also leverage skilled auditors from the Decentology community to audit "smart modules" indicating their confidence in the module's security by staking tokens.
"Staking by auditors to communicate trust in Open Source code is a new approach to security," Kalyani said. "It adds an insurance layer that signals which modules can be trusted by customers."
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