AVA Labs launches The Internet Of Blockchain
The AVA blockchain protocol has unveiled the Internet of Blockchain.
Founded by Cornell’s Emin Gün Sirer, the AVA blockchain protocol has dabbled in the field of blockchain in the last few years.
As a leading blockchain name, AVA Labs has been a mainstay in the industry. Emin Gün Sirer has almost 20 years of experience teaching at Cornell University. In the early 2000s, he started Karma, the pioneering crypto to employ a Proof-of-Work mechanism.
AVA co-founder Kevin Sekniqi describes the new protocol as the Internet of Blockchain.
The major selling point of this framework is that any blockchain network can be operated along with it.
According to Sekniqi, “we want to create an open ecosystem where things of value are created and shared and moved around freely. And these things of value can be currencies, can be assets, can be gold, can be whatever it may be, any digital representation of it. It can move around freely in the same way that it moves around the internet, the same way that email moves around.”
AVA is one of the most flexible blockchains in existence. Users have the option to interact, store, and manage their data easily.
“So we’ve built this ecosystem where you can launch new blockchains, whether they’re permissioned or permissionless, it does not matter. And they can all interoperate with each other freely, and move value around. And each one of these deployed blockchains within the AVA Internet are running at blazingly high speeds,” said Sekniqi
People in the industry are starting to take note of AVA’s accomplishments. Even Ethereum co-founder Charles Hosinson named AVA as one of the projects to look at for in the coming years.