Crust and Cere Announce Partnership

We are pleased to announce that Crust Network and Cere Network will collaborate to further strengthen the Polkadot Ecosystem, with both platforms being fully compatible with Web3 standards.

Cere is a Decentralized Data Cloud (DDC) platform backed by Binance Labs. Its cross-chain compatibility with networks like Binance Smart Chain, Polkadot, Cosmos, Ethereum, and others bring Cere in a unique position to bridge the biggest enterprise companies with the fastest-growing decentralized ecosystems.

Cere’s DDC functionalities are similar to intelligent data warehousing solution Snowflake, whereas Cere is more interoperable and customizable then it’s centralized counterpart. To utilize this sensitive customer data, it needs to be stored safely and preferably decentralized for immutability, creating an indisputable source of truth of customer journeys.

To read more about the Decentralized Data Cloud, read our Vision Paper!

By joining forces, Cere Network and it’s enterprise customers can reap the benefits of using Crusts’ turn-key, Web3 decentralized storage network. Additionally, support from Crust on the quantification and consensus of both data store storage and computing resource usage will be supplied to Cere customers in the future.

About Cere Network

Cere Network is the first Decentralized Data Cloud platform in alliance with Polkadot optimized for service data integration and data collaboration. While most blockchains are simply distributed ledgers, the Cere DDC is built from the ground up to power the new generation of first party customer data ecosystems. While harnessing similar goals to that of cloud platforms like Snowflake, Cere DDC is delivering a new level of data privacy, data agility, and data interoperability. Cere Network is founded by Silicon Valley veterans with 20 years of experience from Amazon, Twitch, D-Link, and Bebo.

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About Crust

Crust implements the incentive layer protocol for decentralized storage. It is adaptable to multiple storage layer protocols such as IPFS, and provides support for the application layer. Crust’s architecture also has the capability of supporting a decentralized computing layer and building a decentralized cloud ecosystem.

At present, public test net Maxwell CC2 is live, and welcomes everyone to join for testing. Crust Network successively joined Substrate Builders Program and Web3.0 Bootcamp, and also obtained a Web3 Foundation Grant.

Twitter: @CrustNetwork