Founded in 2018 by a team of researchers and developers from top universities in China and the United States, with Turing Award receiver Andrew Yao as the leading scientist, Conflux created the unique “tree-graph” consensus mechanism to enable the development of decentralized applications (dApps) at scale. It has recently partnered with China Telecom to develop a blockchain SIM card. Conflux’s technical advantages and innovations will empower MAP Protocol to expand its omnichain ecosystem, and increase the outreach of MAP Protocol’s truly decentralized, light client & ZK based cross-chain technology.
As the Nakamoto Style omnichain layer for Web3, built upon light client and ZK technology, MAP Protocol ensures true decentralization and cross-chain interoperability with zero privileged roles for cross-chain verification. Up till now, MAP Protocol has connected to Ethereum 2.0, BNB Chain, Polygon, and NEAR; and last week, it has successfully enabled CATASTROPHY, an NFT-gated MultiPass, for decentralized data cross-chain and smart contracts interoperability. With the partnership, MAP Procol will empower Conflux to expand its ecosystem, connect to other major blockchains, and tap into greater users and resources.
Of this successful partnership, MAP Protocol COO Michelle Law said,
“ As an infrastructure project, technology robustness is at the core of MAP Protocol since its inception; and Conflux is a team with solid research and development base, joined by an exceptional engineering team, and made unique innovation to blockchain consensus mechanisms. With this partnership, I believe we can work together to empower Web3 dApps to thrive and grow at scale, and truly land blockchain technology with real utility.”
Conflux Network Ecosystem Expansion Lead Chris Oertel added,