- Boba Network and Cere Network have entered a deal to improve the user experience of the augmenting solution.
- Boba Network’s developers will gain access to numerous perks offered by Cere’s DDC.
- Cere’s DDC is the world’s first blockchain-based solution that offers storage for NFT projects and marketplaces.
The partnership between the two platforms will allow developers and users of Boba Network gated access to data, data replication, and service-level agreement (SLA)-backed high availability, among other features.
Furthermore, the Cere DDC would provide the developers with a location restriction option that ensures data can only be hosted in a particular region the builders deem necessary.
Boba Network Marketing Partnerships Manager Greg Harduk that the collaboration will bring “exciting new options to Boba builders and users — letting them own and manage their data and digital assets with more control and features than ever before.”
CoinQuora was informed that the DDC integration to Boba Network is expected to be completed by April of this year. Once deployed, projects within the augmenting platform will have direct access to the Cere Freeport — the secure digital asset vault and solution suit for NFT-supported assets.
With Cere Freeport, builders can utilize fiat and crypto payment gateways, full data encryption, and end-to-end identity management, among other perks.
“By leveraging Cere’s DDC will allow Boba network users to get important tool kits to secure their NFTs and will easily be able to access and share their assets for generations to come,” Cere Network co-founder Fred Jin added. He explained further that their service “will reduce the barriers of entry for Boba users in creating, securing, and delivering NFT-powered products and experiences.”
It can be remembered that Cere Network raised $5 million for its DDC in March 2021. The DDC disrupted the space by being the first blockchain-based storage solution that is utilized to capture interactions between users, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and applications individually signed and encrypted, along with potential value transfers, to be stored in an immutable and time capsuled data scheme.
Meanwhile, Boba Network recently launched its Turing Hybrid Compute. which enables Ethereum to interact with non-distributed computers.