Today each of us has got an opportunity to become a part of the development of web3 technologies. And this statement concerns not only developers and cryptographers but also ordinary users like me (or you). Today it became known that the BIFROST project launched an initiative to improve the ecosystem, which aims to increase the involvement of both ordinary users, and experienced software developers. Together, we will participate in the development of advanced technologies that will be needed and appreciated.
But to give you the right impression, I need first to say a few words about the BIFROST project. First of all, it is a platform which is aimed at improving interblockchain communication, i.e. at increasing the speed of applications, reducing fees and universality of solutions for the end user. Thus, developers will get quality and reliable development tools, which will simplify and accelerate this process. End users will get reliable products that can meet their everyday needs. Of course, if you want to learn more about the project, its goals and the development team, you can take a look here.
Once you have an idea of the project and its goals, we can go back to the ecosystem improvement initiative. Of course, first of all, it is aimed at attracting experienced developers of decentralized applications. There is a $100,000 grant allocated to them, which will be distributed among the most interesting and promising applications. If you develop something interesting, you can apply here. But besides developers, the project also attracts regular users, who can lead promotional activities and tell about the BIFROST project in any way they can. At the moment available quests on the platform Crew3 and anyone can take part in their execution. If you want to know more about the program of initiatives — you can read this article.
To summarize, I would like to say that the future of web3 technology is already being built. And it is all of us who are responsible for their formation — whether they will be a kind of panacea, or whether they will come to a dead end — it is up to us today to answer this question. We very much hope that the BIFROST project will take its rightful place in this digital world. And it is our responsibility to promote only the worthy.