A decentralized marketplace, AIKON, has announced that it is partnering with the blockchain powered professional-profile verification and confirmation protocol known as SpringRole. In many ways, AIKON’s ORE Protocol assists developers to simply turn their APIs into a dService, thus making it a bit simpler for dApp developers to assemble additional decentralized apps.
SpringRole’s trust based decentralized proficient protocol as well as its reputation system which is based on blockchain offers a good dService for several dApp use cases. Developer skill reputation is crowd sourced on SpringRole, depending on individuals who give you approval on the basis of your expertise sets.
In many ways, the approvals of expertise are weighed in accordance to the skill level of the person granting the approval, with the requirement that the endorsements have to be acknowledged by the sender and the receiver before it counts. Every moment people in your network earn rewards on SpringRole, users also get a percentage of it, along with others who have attested to that person.
The intention behind SpringRole’s protocol is to be a platform upon which other developers can come up with significant applications leveraging the SpringRole API layer. As part of SpringRole’s underlying principle, it is of great importance for developers to be in a position of discovering the SpringRole API easily, as well as finding it easy to start using it in their dApps.
The protocol of AIKON’s ORE will assist in restructuring this process by facilitating the monetization of SpringRole’s APIs using smart contracts and listing them on API market in a simple format for developers to easily find out and implement. The partnership therefore guarantees that everyone involved receives a reasonable reimbursement, more so the users.
According to Kartik, the CEO of SpringRole, their partnership with AIKON will be of immense benefit, especially because being listed on AIKON’s API marketplace will go a long way in reducing the friction between SpringRole and the app developers intending to build on their platform. This will also be instrumental in building a decentralized world together as a team.
Additionally, Marc Blinder, AIKON’s Chief Product Officer is of the idea that the technology provided by SpringRole is instrumental in giving developers the ability to connect an Ethereum public key with a verified identity which is precise, trustable and can include personal history as well.
By and large, the entire host of Apps, dApps, as well as services thus they will in the long run desire to plug into their platform. This really excites AIKON since they will have them in their decentralized API marketplace.