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New Web3 platform Fabrx implements Ethereum

The development of web3 applications

According to reports coming from Fabrx, some great applications for web3 are on the way. This platform will be focused on middleware platforms while making use of the Ethereum Name Service (ENS) and web3 expanding applications.

This service to be offered by the Ethereum blockchain and will be distributed, open, and an extensible naming system. One of the main functions is to map names like ‘myname.eth’ so that machines will be able to read a person’s identity such as Ethereum addresses, metadata and content hashes.

The platform makes it easier to type and copy long addresses, while letting the individual interact with the Fabrx platform at ‘myfabrx.eth’. This will also make it possible to send money across borders and by the use of smart contracts.

Goals of the Ethereum platform

The Ethereum platform will have its own Ethereum Name Service for its own DNS, internet Domain Name Service. This platform will be coming with a completely different architecture because of its capabilities, constraints and decentralised platform.

The DNS will be working similar to the ENS operations. This will give the users of these domains, control over the content that is being sent to the subdomain.

Fabrx will be the first to introduce this adaptor suite, that will take away the frustrating need to update or break any API.

The platform has opened up the possibility for developers to be able to query domains. If the domain is occupied, the API will return the owner of that wallet address that is associated with those properties.

According to information coming from the platform, there will be a future version of this adaptor for users to be able to purchase and manage domain names on the Ethereum Name Service.

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coinmag

My occupation is the Research of blockchains and their practical applications in the economy. I have graduated through various levels of education, including electrical technique, Business, Psychology, and innovative technologies.

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