Introducing XRouter: the missing link between all blockchains

The problems with dApps’ development

1. Blockchain bloat

2. No cross-chain solution

3. Blockchains are unable to communicate with each other

Meet XRouter: the first solution enabling cross-chain interoperability

  • Compatible with all blockchains. XRouter will be compatible with all public blockchains such as EOS, Ethereum, Stellar, Cardano, Tron and many more. It even covers DLT and private chains such as IOTA, Hashgraph, Hyperledger, and D3.
  • No need to download the whole blockchain. XRouter provides you with instant decentralized access to any blockchain without having to download it to your machine. Similar to streaming video on Netflix, it saves time and storage.
  • Facilitate the creation of decentralized apps. Simply mix the out-of-the-box features of different blockchains to build the dApp of your dream.
  • Allows blockchains to exchange data. Just like internet routers define paths for users to receive information over the internet from different websites, XRouter also utilizes the TCP/IP network to connect paths between different blockchains so that data could be freely exchanged between them.

XRouter’s use cases

  1. Storage and hosting. If creating a dApp on Ethereum, you may require storage functionality. Ethereum doesn’t intrinsically handle file storage very efficiently. In this scenario, XRouter can be used to interact with other blockchains such as Storj, Filecoin, Sia, or Swarm to utilize their storage services.
  2. Media. For LBRY, a dApp that integrates the Blocknet Protocol that allows any coin to be used for payment of digital content and also integrates other storage blockchains to host the content could be created.
  3. Markets. Via a dApp, SYS could use other blockchains for tracking the shipping of products sold on the Block-market. This would make it more difficult for vendors to artificially inflate the number of positive reviews. Or the Sys marketplace service could be integrated into other dApps. Alternatively, a dApp could tie in any other cryptocurrency to the GoByte pay module so that GBX could be loaned for other coins and tokens.
  4. Community. Create a tipbot dApp that would let your users tip each other in any cryptocurrency that will be converted to the token of their choice
  5. Business and industry. Create an immutable EHR (Electronic Health Record) ledger that would let patients’ data be securely stored on the blockchain and easily shared across many clinics.
  6. Education. Educational qualifications and work portfolios could be hosted on the blockchain where they could be verified by a dApp built on the Blocknet protocol. If a student needs to access a paper or peer reviewed subscription journal, then this could be monetized in the form of a micro payment in any currency



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The Blocknet Protocol

The Blocknet Protocol

Blocknet is a 2nd layer blockchain interoperability protocol that enables communication, interaction & exchange between different blockchains.