Consensys invites Big Tech to decentralized infrastructure network

One of the core value propositions of blockchain technology is its resilience, which follows from decentralized and redundant infrastructure. Yet components vital to the everyday use of crypto rails, such as RPC nodes, often still rely on a centralized architecture, making them vulnerable.

To address this, Infura, a leading Web3 API provider and a part of Consensys, revealed its collaboration with 18 major internet infrastructure companies, including Microsoft and Tencent Cloud. This alliance, kicked off at Devconnect in Istanbul, aims to establish the Decentralized Infrastructure Network (DIN).

DIN, described as a decentralized RPC-as-a-service, is a new venture that provides…

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