Syntropy publishes an official blog post to share the news that it has decided to partner with Cosmos for further development of Web3. The venture is currently working with the Polkadot ecosystem. About certain issues in the process, the team behind Syntopy has decided to switch to Cosmos.
The decision comes after a thorough evaluation and consideration. A few challenges that syntropy faces with Polkadot are:-
- Continuous stability issues
- Challenges in building with Substrate framework
- Development of business logic for its decentralized applications
Cosmos comes to the rescue by offering a more solid and active community of developers and users looking forward to providing guidance and support whenever needed. Moreover, Cosmos has a proven track record with 250+ projects currently running in its ecosystem.
Syntropy can utilize its language to develop a simplified decentralized application. Golang will, therefore, remain at the center during the production process. Anyone proficient in the said language can contribute to developing Syntropy’s projects.
Interoperability and scalability are two more factors that are a huge advantage to the partnership. Both allow for interconnections within the ecosystem while working on attaching other ecosystems. Having called this a significant step, Syntropy believes the partnership will bring a more reliable and stable platform for its products.
DARP, short for Distributed Autonomous Routing Protocol, backs Syntropy. It connects all the nodes and the computers into a decentralized global network that houses built-in encryption and smart routing capabilities. The objective is to work for a broader version of a decentralized internet. The permissionless access to its network for an equal and level playing field makes Syntropy stand out in the industry.
Dom Povilauskas, the Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder of Syntropy, lead the team behind Syntropy. The venture rides high in collaboration with Microsoft For Startups, Oracle For Startups, and Entain, among others. Syntropy initially started as a small team but later expanded into something bigger through its ambitious efforts, which are now directed to bring a global movement to change the internet for something better. The ecosystem is developed and managed by open-source developers spread across the world.
Syntropy’s work is open-source to enable a diverse ecosystem of applications. Its decentralized internet economy is backed by the native token, making things easier for community members running the node infrastructure.
The technology developed by Syntropy is compatible with the upgraded internet infrastructure and protocol. The only difference is that Syntropy brings a crucial layer of programmability to ensure that all the resources are completely utilized.
Syntropy looks to remove the current barriers of the system so that the security and optimization are at their full potential. A shift from Polkadot to Cosmos looks promising, especially since it offers a more solid and active community.