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Synternet

Synternet

At Synternet, we're driven by the conviction that permissionless, interoperable data will serve as the foundational building blocks not just for Web3, but for the future of the internet itself. It's our mission—our commitment—to transform this vision into reality. By providing modular, interoperable data infrastructure sol It is based on a combination of technologies that includes blockchain, encryption, optimized routing, and an economic model that enables and fosters the deployment of this architecture.


Syntropy January Monthly Update: Silverstone in Full Swing

3 Feb 2024 3 minute read 1 comment Cryptoray

February 2, 2024 #Community Updates The first month of 2024 was incredibly intentional for Syntropy, with a wide array of announcements, partnerships, and happenings around the Data Layer. We welcomed new members of our growing community with a prim...

RPCs vs. APIs: A Simple Guide

31 Jan 2024 5 minute read 0 comments Cryptoray

January 30, 2024       If you're looking to build applications on the blockchain, you'll need to understand and use RPCs (Remote Procedure Calls) and APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). These two technologies are essential for i...

Syntropy 101: The Tech Behind the Data Layer

23 Jan 2024 5 minute read 0 comments Cryptoray

January 23, 2024       Data underlies everything we do in Web2. When you use Instagram, Facebook, or WhatsApp, you’re interacting with data ledgers containing messages, photos, and so on. When you use a bank, you’re interacting with a cent...

Decoding DePIN: The Decentralized Future of Real-World Infrastructure

15 Jan 2024 4 minute read 0 comments Cryptoray

January 15, 2024 #DePIN #Blockchain #Learn     The narrative behind Decentralized Physical Infrastructure Networks (DePIN) is something that many of you have seen, heard of in passing, or even researched yourself. While the concept is rather simple...

Syntropy December Monthly Update: Roadmap for 2024, Monza Launch, and Partnership with KYVE Network

3 Jan 2024 3 minute read 0 comments Cryptoray

January 2, 2024 #Monthly Updates As promised, we've closed out the year with an exciting note. December was full of thrilling announcements, marking strides on all fronts. Our updated roadmap sets a clear path forward for 2024, augme...

KYVE and Syntropy Partner to Provide Full-Scope Web3 Data on Cosmos

18 Dec 2023 3 minute read 3 comments Cryptoray

#Announcements   Data accessibility and integrity are the lifeblood of Web3, powering decentralized applications with the data they need to function. Starting with the Cosmos ecosystem, KYVE Network and Syntropy are working towards overcoming key ro...

Monza Goes Live: Top-Speed Blockchain Data Streaming Begins

14 Dec 2023 6 minute read 0 comments Cryptoray

#Announcements   With Syntropy's Monza launch today, we're making strides towards the first-ever decentralized access to on-chain data across major blockchains. It’s about reshaping the Web3 data economy and enabling permissionless utilization of da...

Syntropy Stages: The Data Layer's Grand Prix

7 Dec 2023 6 minute read 1 comment Cryptoray

December 7, 2023 #Announcements With the close of 2023 quickly approaching, our vision for the Data Layer is coming to life with tangible milestones and achievements. As we are closing out the ongoing roadmap, we want to provide even more specificit...

Syntropy November Monthly Update: The Calm Before the Storm

7 Dec 2023 2 minute read 0 comments Cryptoray

December 6, 2023 #Monthly Updates   As Autumn comes to a close, we reunite for the Monthly Update. November may have seemed a bit quiet from the outside, but internally, our efforts have been constant as we prepare for upcoming releases and focus on...

The Challenge of Decentralized Connectivity in Modern Browsers

26 Nov 2023 4 minute read 0 comments Cryptoray

  Modern browsers primarily serve as access points to web applications. This involves fetching resources from the network and executing code within the browser environment. Decentralizing the resource retrieval process can potentially enable browsers...