Automata Networks, a decentralized middleware service protocol in the Polkadot ecosystem, has introduced a free to use Private Remote Procedure Call (RPC) relay designed to align privacy protections for Web3.
Platform’s 1RPC announced TODAY is a free-to-use private RPC relay that Automata Networks says will help protect end users from potential threats amid Web3 development.
3/ Careless display of metadata means that your IP address, device information, and different wallets linked to the same account can be traced
These can give you off-chain identity and make it easier for you to be a target of phishing scams/social engineering attacks
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1RPC and Web3 Privacy Protection
There is no doubt that Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs) are important in the blockchain space.
Decentralized applications (dApps) communicate with the blockchain via RPC nodes, then users are able to access and interact with the entire network for actions such as viewing balances or creating transactions. But requests that are shared through an RPC provider may expose the user’s metadata.
Any interaction within the space has the potential to threaten user data, including bidding for NFTs. The automata network’s 1RPC could prove crucial in embedding the privacy that is important to users.
Primarily, 1RPC provides a shielded technical design for protection such as ‘do not track‘ And ‘anti phishing’ – Significant benefits for users in terms of protection of personal data and self-sovereignty.
,The fundamental thing about Web3 is that you can make a better choice for the status quo at any time. That’s why we launched 1RPC as a free relay to get more users into the privacy conscious culture we want to promote to the industry.…,” said Daly Gong, co-founder of Automata Networks.
1RPC will provide one-click privacy protection with support on several major blockchain platforms.
According to Automata Network, the technology is supported on AltLayer, Arbitrum, Avalanche, BNB Chain, Gear, Kusama, Polkadot, and Polygon.