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MarcoPolo Protocol Introduction

MarcoPolo Protocol — Chain-to-chain Interoperation Protocol

Introduction

MarcoPolo Protocol is an open, fully decentralized, chain-to-chain interoperation protocol that enables the interoperability of multiple independently verifiable consensus blockchains without a relay chain. MarcoPolo Protocol expects to construct a future inter-chain-net, which is interoperable and chain-to-chain based. The ecosystem built on MarcoPolo Protocol can provide a solid infrastructure for finance, AI, IoT, traceability, and governance filed by cross-chain communication, privacy computation, shared storage, etc…

Six Signature Features:

  1. Super Light Cross-chain Verification Algorithm: provides the ability of one chain to validate the state of another chain under low bandwidth and low storage.
  2. Composable Smart Contract Rule: a rule for multiple composable trigger condition smart contracts.
  3. Standardized Peer Discovery and Communication P2P Protocol: a protocol under which the peer under different blockchain systems can discover and communicate with each other.
  4. High-efficiency Block Transport Channel: a block transportation channel based on IBLT which can compress the block size when relaying blocks.
  5. APOS Consensus Protocol: Asset Proof of Staking consensus based on verifiable random function.
  6. MarcoPolo Application Tool Environment (MATE): a toolkit built on SMART (Sustainable MAP RunTime) which can help developers to construct their own interoperable blockchains.

· MarcoPolo Protocol Twitter and Telegram Channel (For the latest news)

· MarcoPolo Protocol Telegram Community: English, Россия, Türkiye, Việt Nam, Brazil, and Indonesia; Korean Kakao Community: 코리아

· MarcoPolo Protocol Medium (For the latest articles)

· MarcoPolo Protocol WhitePaper, Economic Model, and Roadmap

· MarcoPolo Protocol GitHub (For the complete codes)

For more information, visit marcopolo.link

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