The teams from the Ethereum infrastructure project Delegate and the interoperability platform LayerZero have introduced an cross-chain naming protocol called Clusters.
Clusters is a multiwallet protocol.
All your addresses under one name.
EVM, Solana, even Bitcoin.
The creation flow will autopopulate any wallets you've delegated to. Get an optional headstart by filling in linked addresses at https://t.co/7TUyy3hMgw
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— Clusters (@clustersxyz) February 1, 2024
Such solutions map blockchain addresses to human-readable names. The most famous example is ENS, the Ethereum domain name service.
An alternative in the form of Clusters involves creating a single registry for several EVM-compatible blockchains such as Solana, BNB Chain, Avalanche, Arbitrum, Optimism, Polygon and Base. In the near future, integration of the Bitcoin network is planned.
Your universal name.
For the multichain maxis.
Feb 1, 10am ET pic.twitter.com/nCOiAqrjnU
— Clusters (@clustersxyz) January 31, 2024
“Clusters is a cross-chain naming protocol with multi-wallet support that solves problems such as address fragmentation, complexity of address management, and hijacking of domains,” it says description.
The product is an identity layer for multiple chains, simplifying interoperability with different dapps and services, the developers noted.
According to them, the product works similar to the Ethereum Name Service, but is initially a multi-chain solution.
Recall that in November, ENS head Nick Johnson accused competitors from Unstoppable Domains of stealing patents. The Ethereum service is developed as an open source project.
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