MAP Protocol：Part I. Introduction
What is MAP Protocol？
MAP Protocol is a relayer-free chain interoperation bridge protocol in Polkadot ecology. It can achieve real-time chain interoperability of logarithmic space complexity based on cryptographic verification. MAP Bridge which designed based on MAP Protocol has received grant funding from the Polkadot Web3 Foundation.
What are the core modules of MAP Protocol?
The core modules of MAP Protocol include Ultra-Light Verification Protocol (ULVP) for cross-chain reading, MAP Feeder for cross-chain writing and MAP Standardized P2P Stack for P2P node discovery and data transfer.
What is the technical architecture of MAP Protocol?
Let’s take a look at the sketch of map protocol below.
What is the roadmap for MAP Protocol?
What is the vision of MAP?
MAP Protocol expects to build an interoperable Polkadot network, linking different blockchains to the Polkadot ecology, integrating the resources and capabilities of each chain, and providing a unified infrastructure for blockchain application developers. Map Protocol will also provide a complete and available blockchain underlying infrastructure for finance, AI, Internet of things, traceability, governance and other applications.
· MAP Protocol Medium (For the latest articles)
· MAP Protocol GitHub (For the complete codes)
For more information, visit maplabs.io