Ethereum Classic Labs Partners With Filecoin for Proper Documentation
San Francisco based ETC accelerator Ethereum Classic Labs has announced a partnership with decentralized blockchain-based storage network Filecoin. In the official tweet, Ethereum Classic Labs said that the collaboration brings OpenRPC support for Lotus for the first time and multiple languages.
We've teamed up with @Filecoin, a decentralized storage network designed to store humanity’s most important information to offer OpenRPC support for Filecoin Lotus for the first time. Read more, below! https://t.co/AL0BFvwyyn
— Ethereum Classic Labs (@etclabs) September 16, 2020
Ethereum Classic Labs is the accelerator and incubation lab for projects built on the Ethereum Classic network, a forked-out project from Ethereum. The ETC Labs Core Team stated in a tweet that incorporating Filecoin Lotus API would provide perfect documentation for developers and enable support for safe client generation. It will also allow the tracking of the enactment and changes in the APIs automatically.
The integration with Filecoin Lotus will offer proper documentation for developers, and make it possible to support automated type safe client generation and documentation while tracking the implementation changes in your API automatically. Read more via @etclabs. https://t.co/E7yRGuKnZE
— ETC Core (@etc_core) September 16, 2020
Commenting on their partnership with Filecoin, ETC Labs Founder and Chairman, James Wo stated that decentralized storage systems could disrupt Google Cloud, Amazon S3, and other established corporations that enjoy a monopoly in the digital storage space. James said that the team was excited to work with Filecoin, as it is revolutionizing the digital storage industry.
The integration on OpenRPC with Filecoin Lotus API will bring several features, including a common vocabulary and document for technical writers, developers, testers, and architects, generation of multi-lingual server stubs, clients, tests & mock server, and documentation generation. Filecoin Developer Grants Coordinator at Protocol Labs, Eva S said,