MAP Protocol, which happens to be an omnichain layer in Web3, was duly created through the light client, together with ZK technology, along with complete safety and decentralization. It presently makes its official announcement of having formed a mutually beneficial and exclusive partnership with Buidler DAO, which happens to be a safe haven for all Web3 experts from all over the globe.
As a result of this well-thought-out coming together, both of the entities, MAP Protocol, as well as Buidler DAO, will now be actively engaged in the deliverance of a series of events and tasks pertaining to the Web3 arena. In the offing in this regard will be a series of Twitter space talks, online sharing programs, and offline events. This will give the opportunity to all of the connected developers to engage actively in all kinds of interactive sessions.
Besides these activities, both of the entities will also be involving themselves in the scoring and building of technical creations, which will act as a booster for the concerned industry. Out of all of this, it will be the entire Web3 ecosystem that will witness improved benefits.
Where Buidler DAO is concerned, it has an abundance of talent related to Web3, along with a project network. The aim and intention of the entity lies in the creation of a SocialDAO governance paradigm, as well as DAOTools solutions. MAP Protocol, on the other hand, happens to be an omnichain layer of Web3 having safe cross-chain communication. It happens to be actively engaged in the offering of smooth communication between all chains and also links EVM with that non-EVM.
According to the COO of MAP Protocol, Michelle Law, this very well-thought-out partnership will pave the way for the building of an all-inclusive community where developers will find themselves working in close coordination. In the same breath, and where the co-founder of Buidler DAO is concerned, the partnership will help in properly propelling both concerned entities towards the future by joining their individual lines of expertise.