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Automata's 1RPC Boosts Privacy and Accessibility for Injective Protocol

Automata's 1RPC expands support for Injective Protocol, enhancing privacy and accessibility in the Web3 ecosystem.

Automata 1RPC Injective Protocol Support

In an exciting development, Automata has broadened its horizons by announcing full support for Injective, a Layer-1 blockchain protocol tailored for the financial sector. This groundbreaking partnership is poised to deliver a seamless and robust experience to developers, users, and institutions navigating the complexities of the Web3 ecosystem.

Automata's 1RPC is not just expanding its reach; it's also enhancing privacy within the Injective Protocol. Injective, known for its native interoperability across diverse blockchain networks, stands out for its remarkable transaction speed, boasting sub-second block times—a significant feat in the industry.

Injective Protocol is custom-designed for decentralized application (dApp) development, focusing primarily on financial services such as cross-chain derivatives trading. Operating on Layer-1 networks like Cosmos and Ethereum, Injective has attracted prominent dApps like Helix, Frontrunner, and Astropox. Its native utility token, INJ, fuels its operations and governance.

A standout feature of Injective Protocol is its decentralized exchange (DEX), setting industry standards with its blend of speed, security, and decentralization. This DEX offers advanced functionalities, including margin trading, derivatives, Forex, synthetics, and futures trading—all contributing to its growing popularity.

Automata's 1RPC serves as a multi-chain gateway for dApps, simplifying blockchain interactions through a unified API. With the inclusion of Injective, 1RPC now supports a staggering 33 blockchains, safeguarding nearly 9 billion relays. Privacy is paramount in 1RPC's design, ensuring that user metadata remains secure and confidential.

This partnership presents an opportunity to introduce more users and developers to 1RPC, further strengthening their privacy and data control. The foundational relay infrastructure is verified on-chain by Automata Network, establishing trustworthiness in both hardware and software elements within secure enclaves. With the upcoming implementation of end-to-end attestation through Automata 2.0, 1RPC is set to become the first and only RPC service with on-chain attestation for preserving privacy.

In an ecosystem prone to risks related to user data, 1RPC's role in providing essential privacy measures, including features like 'do not track' and 'anti-phishing,' is invaluable. Data transmitted via 1RPC resides securely within a protected enclave, shielding it from potential metadata exposure, even from nodes responsible for verifying blockchain transactions. Additionally, data-at-rest encryption further bolsters the communication channel between users and the 1RPC endpoint, guaranteeing data security on the Injective protocol.

Injective developers can now harness the combined strengths of both platforms, empowering them to create more efficient, secure, and scalable applications. This partnership marks a significant step forward in the evolution of Web3, offering improved privacy and accessibility to users and institutions alike.