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Stripchain Aims to Make Blockchain Invisible with a $10M Investment in Chain Abstraction

  • Ease of use is crucial for cryptocurrency adoption, and projects like Stripchain, aim to simplify the user experience by hiding complex chains behind the scenes.
  • Stripchain, supported by Sora Ventures and other investors, advances chain abstractions to improve the Web3 environment, allowing users to perform on-chain operations without worrying about the underlying network.
  • Stripchain enables developers to integrate various applications across different protocols, with its interoperability layer and proof of authority enhancing transaction efficiency.

Ease of use, or more specifically, poor user experience UX, is one of the significant problems of crypto, which only lets people of different ages easily accept the new form of currency.

Many people who use cryptocurrencies would like to be able to perform on-chain operations without worrying about the network where they will be executed.

It is in this regard that some start building relevant cryptocurrency projects.

One of the key promises for a better Web3 experience is the idea that users shouldn't be aware they're using blockchain, a concept known as chain abstraction.

This principle is the driving force behind Stripchain, an interoperability protocol that recently secured $10 million to scale chain abstraction.

Pseudonymous researcher "0xnovachrono," who leads the protocol with Isa Sertkaya and Narayana Pryusty, told Cointelegraph that users should be as unconcerned with the back-end system of a decentralized application as they are with the back-end system of Netflix.

Stripchain received funding support from the leading firm, Sora Ventures, and other angel investors such as Santiago Santos, Stephane Gosselin from Frontier Research, Ryan Selkis from Messari, Hyperithm, Shima Capital, Hypersphere, Mechanism, and Ascensive Assets investment companies.

The founder of Sora Ventures also emphasized that for the broad implementation of decentralized systems, it is necessary to make navigation more accessible in the complexity of the chains.

Stripchain lets developers bring about intentions for the stripVM, thus enabling various applications to communicate using different protocols.

While Stripchain is to be operated as an interoperability layer located on another level, proof of authority supports the critical difference in the transaction layer.

Edited By Annette George