About Jin Network

Jin Network is a global & sustainable Web3 infrastructure built based on Aptos. #Jin is a future-forward network built for scalability, decentralization, and sustainable growth

We believe in Web3 for all. Jin Network is a decentralised Aptos scaling platform that enables developers to build scalable user-friendly dApps with low transaction fees without ever sacrificing on security.

Jin combines the best of Aptos and sovereign blockchains into a full-fledged multi-chain system.

· It is able to fully benefit from Aptos’s network effects

· It is inherently more secure

· It is more open and powerful

In the web2 version of the Internet, services such as messaging, social media, finance, gaming, shop- ping, and audio/video streaming, are provided by centralized companies that control direct access to user data (e.g., Google, Amazon, Apple, and Meta). These companies develop infrastructure using application-specific software optimized for targeted use cases and leverage cloud infrastructures to de- ploy these applications to users. Cloud infrastructure provides access to virtualized and/or physical infrastructure services, such as rented virtual machines (VMs) and bare metal hardware operating inside data centers worldwide (e.g., AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud). As a result, building web2 Internet services that can scale to billions of users has never been easier than it is today. However, web2 requires that users place explicit trust in centralized entities, a requirement that has become increasingly concerning to society.

To combat this concern, a new Internet age has begun: web3. In the web3 version of the Internet, blockchains have emerged to provide decentralized, immutable ledgers that enable users to interact with one another securely and reliably, all without requiring trust in controlling intermediaries or centralized entities. Similar to how web2 Internet services and applications rely on cloud infrastructure as building blocks, decentralized applications can use blockchains as a decentralized infrastructure layer to reach billions of users across the world.

However, despite the existence of many blockchains today, widespread adoption of web3 has not yet taken place [3]. While technology continues to advance the industry, existing blockchains are unreliable, impose high transaction fees for users, have low throughput limitations, suffer regular asset losses due to security issues, and cannot support real-time responsiveness. In comparison to how cloud infrastructure has enabled web2 services to reach billions, blockchains have not yet enabled web3 applications to do the same.

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