- LayerZero Labs and Delegate jointly launch Clusters, a multicohain naming protocol designed to enhance user interaction across various blockchain networks.
- Clusters improves interoperability, enabling seamless message transmission across more than 20 blockchain networks.
- The collaboration with Delegate, an expert in blockchain address management, enhances Clusters’ security, addressing address fragmentation, and simplifying the user experience.
LayerZero Labs and Delegate announced the joint launch of Clusters, a multicohain naming protocol designed to enhance user interaction across various blockchain networks. This protocol introduces a multicohain, multi-wallet naming solution that overcomes the limitations of individual chains like Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, and Solana.
At the core of Clusters is LayerZero’s technology, facilitating seamless message flow between different blockchains. Clusters benefits from the recent LayerZero V2 upgrade, enhancing interoperability between chains and application development, with the key feature of Universal Messaging. This feature enables the seamless transmission of various message types across more than 20 blockchain networks.
Your universal name.
For the multichain maxis.
Feb 1, 10am ET pic.twitter.com/nCOiAqrjnU
— Clusters (@clustersxyz) January 31, 2024
The integration of LayerZero ensures that Clusters maintains accuracy across millions of names and billions of wallet addresses, ensuring a reliable user experience. LayerZero’s Permissionless Execution feature allows individuals to participate in the operation of the protocol, promoting decentralization and community involvement.
LayerZero and Delegate Aim to Create a More Integrated Blockchain Ecosystem
Delegate, with its expertise in managing blockchain addresses through Delegate Cash, contributes its experience to the development of Clusters. Delegate’s technology has already secured nearly $1 billion in assets distributed across thousands of wallets, instilling confidence in the security and reliability of the Clusters ecosystem. Major non-fungible token (NFT) projects, such as Yuga Labs and Azuki, have already integrated Delegate’s technology, demonstrating its relevance and adoption within the blockchain community.
Clusters addresses critical issues such as address fragmentation, wallet management complexity, and domain squatting. It provides a universal naming protocol that spans multiple chains, including Ethereum, Avalanche, Polygon, Solana, and other EVM-based networks. This enables users to maintain a consistent identity and interact seamlessly with decentralized applications and protocols across diverse blockchain ecosystems.
This innovative solution responds to the need to simplify the user experience in the decentralized environment, overcoming barriers between different chains and offering efficient address management. With Clusters, the blockchain industry takes a step further towards creating a more integrated and user-friendly ecosystem, promoting the widespread adoption of decentralized technologies.