Meson Network and RSS3 partner support Open Information Syndication protocol in Web3

Meson Network And RSS3 Partner Up To Support Open Information Syndication Protocol In Web3

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Meson Network, a bandwidth trading platform built on blockchain and RSS3, an open information syndication protocol, has formed a strategic partnership to ensure RSS3 users can enjoy accelerated static files in a fully decentralized network frame.

According to the announcement, the partnership will integrate Meson Network’s decentralized CDN to accelerate files and content faster, giving users a premium experience. Notably, Meson Network has been using RSS3’s Revery solution for quite some time to distribute social content such as Twitter posts to various platforms. The Revery solution has greatly expanded Meson Network’s global distribution channels.

Commenting on the integration, Joshua, co-founder and CEO of RSS3 explained:

“The world has long been waiting for a decentralized network for bandwidth, and Meson is doing just that. You would be surprised if you first look at the bandwidth costs of a major web platform. By leveraging blockchain and related decentralized technologies, Meson is now able to create this market while allowing platforms to cut costs while benefiting long-tail nodes. We believe Sherlock and his team will make a significant contribution to the future of the decentralized web.”

Meson Network uses a blockchain protocol model to create an efficient bandwidth marketplace on Web3. Unlike traditional CDN players, Meson Network allows its users to have control over their data. Notably, Meson Network aims to become the foundation of data transfer for decentralized storage, emerging Web3 dApp ecosystem and computation.

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Sherlock, co-founder and CEO of Meson Network added:

“As a user of RSS, I notice that content from the Internet is now deposited on various platforms, forming data silos. Something similar is happening in the Web3.0 era. All kinds of data are deposited in different public chains, different social systems, different data structures and indexing methods. Seeing RSS3’s product gives Joshua and his team the opportunity to connect and combine data that lies dormant in different domains, opening up more possibilities for Web3.0.”

RSS3 uses the best RSS in the industry to support efficient and decentralized information distribution on Web3. Under the RSS3 system, users own and control their data through public key cryptography. Through this partnership, Meson will leverage its more than 30,000 independent IP acceleration nodes to support RSS3 in delivering more decentralized products in the coming days.

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