While decentalized applications (dApps) offer numerous benefits to their users, their lack of scalability creates frustration and interrupts the seamless experience that dApps developers strive to create. At the moment, most dApps are built on Ethereum, and this poses a problem for developers who hope to have their dApps downloaded by millions of people around the world. After all, Ethereum can only process 15 to 30 transactions a day. If millions of people were using your dApp, this speed would eventually prove insufficient for the efficient functionality of this dApp.
Building your dApp on Ethereum offers security and decentralization. When you build a dApp, you’ll most likely also need to build a token that the dApp users can rely on to process transactions. So far, Ethereum has proven to be the most reliable blockchain to create tokens on. However, dApp users frequently need to go through a lengthy process to start using these tokens. More specifically, as a dApp user, you would need to sign up on an exchange, buy the tokens you need and then send them to the dApp wallet.
Each blockchain has its strengths. Ethereum is well-known for its security and decentralization features. Competing blockchains, such as EOS, have fewer nodes, allowing them to prioritize scalability. However, this scalability often comes at the expense of decentralization. Moreover, the scalability offered by other blockchains is yet to be realized consistently. In fact, while EOS created a buzz around its scalability its mainnet froze two days after launching because of a bug.
Since different blockchains offer different benefits, dApps developers would ideally need to combine the features from different blockchains in order to build efficient dApps. However, until recently, it’s been impossible to combine the functionalities of different blockchains into one dApp.
How developers can build cross-chain dApps
How is this possible? Many tools are being built to make the development and deployment of dApps easier. Among these is Dojima Network – a cross-chain infrastructure platform that acts as a middle ground between multiple layer-1 and layer-2 blockchains. In this way, Dojima Network provides developers the ability to build cross-chain applications.
Dojima Network serves as a middle ground where dApps developers from different ecosystems can meet and build scalable apps. By enabling dApps developers to leverage the liquidity and protocols from these different ecosysems, Dojima Network is powering a new generation of apps in Web 3.0.
How does Dojima Network work?
The Dojima ecosystem comes complete with a suite of products to make development and deployment of dApps very easy. For starters, the ecosystem comes with Functionality as a Service (FaaS) that is designed to take the hassle out of developing dApps. When you’re developing a dApp, you normally have to be familiar with blockchain infrastructure and go through developer documentation before you can create an account. You also need to master a specific architecture and possibly even learn a new programming language so that you can build your app on a specific blockchain. You’ll then need to get the gas price for your transactions and submit transactions in addition to accessing transaction status and transaction history.
Dojima Network provides a single API, a single doc, and a single place to develop dApps without any prior knowledge of blockchain. And the best part? While you can leverage the liquidity and protocols from different blockchains, you don’t need to learn several programming languages or architecture.
What features does Dojima Network come with?
Dojima Network is equipped with features that are designed to help developers supercharge their dApps. These include the cross-chain wallet that powers the easy exchange and management of both native and non-native tokens between different chains. With the Dojima wallet, you can organize all your tokens in one place with just one seed phrase. The wallet also provides the latest prices, 24-hour statistics, blockchain information, transfer tokens, transaction history and variable gas rates for transactions.
The platform will also include cross-chain liquidity farming features that will be integrated with the largest existing blockchains. More specifically, developers can pool liquidity and assets from blockchains like Ethereum, Solana, Bitcoin, Binance, Cosmos, Polkadot and Arweave.
By helping developers set up NFT marketplaces, the Dojima team will also ensure that the derivatives, tokens and NFTs from all blockchains flow into Dojima Network.
Finally, although Dojima Network accepts other major cryptocurrencies, by using the native currency – $DOJ – developers can unlock extra benefits and reduce their gas fees. Developers can also stake $DOJ to run their validator nodes.
The Dojima team has created the perfect platform where developers can build cross-chain dApps and integrate dApps from different blockchains. Beyond that, developers can also view and verify cross-chain transactions with access to details such as average transaction fees, hash rates and block size.
What problems was Dojima Network built to address?
Dojima Network creates a cross-chain bridge that links various blockchain networks. Even better, it creates a mutual ground where developers can create cross-chain Dapps. Thanks to this, users can enjoy asset interoperability. Without this link, users must use different exchanges when running blockchain transactions in different networks. As a result, they suffer huge losses through gas fees. Besides reducing the gas fees, this platform also offers the following benefits:
- Higher privacy and security during cross-chain transactions
- Higher productivity among their current crypto assets
- Free user interaction with assets
- Better user experience
- Higher transaction speed and lower gas fees.
Once in a while, a new product comes along and transforms the environment around it. Google changed how we surfed web 2.0 and Facebook transformed how we interact with each other online. Airbnb changed the hospitality sector and Uber dramatically restructured the taxi industry. In a similar way, Dojima Network has emerged to organize the unorganized Web 3.0 landscape – forever transforming how dApps developers interact with, build and deploy their dApps.
Thanks to Dojima Network, developers can leverage the best assets from existing blockchains and build supercharged dApps that not only do more but perform more efficiently.
Are you interested in building your next dApp on Dojima Network? You can plug into this cross-chain infrastructure platform here. You can also connect with the Dojima team on Twitter and Discord for more updates on upcoming features on the platform.