MRHB DeFi, the world’s first halal decentralized finance (DeFi) platform, has moved their mrhb.network website to decentralized infrastructure on world computer blockchain ICP (Internet Computer Protocol) via Web3 cloud computing platform 4EVERLAND.
“We are excited to partner with 4EVERLAND to take this important step for our official website, as we continue to advocate the ethos of Web3,” said MRHB DeFi CTO Deniz Dalkilic. “While the Web3 movement is all about decentralization, most Web3 apps and services are hosted on centralized cloud servers such as AWS or Google Cloud, with much of Web3 still being built on Web2 infrastructure. Decentralized cloud computing is the next evolution of Web3 which we are wholeheartedly embracing as a future-proof company.”
“MRHB.Network is the kind of Web3 solution for which decentralized cloud computing is perfectly suited,” said 4EVERLAND Founder Deon Erda. “The security and privacy that MRHB as a DeFi solutions provider with a staunch community-first stance expects for its users can be adequately provided by the decentralized cloud with its standard end-to-end encryption. Our ecosystem features over 200 distributed nodes around the world and is supported by more than 50 thousand developers.”
4EVERLAND’s decentralized cloud computing platform helps users make a smooth transition from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 through the integration of storage, computing and network core capabilities. 4EVERLAND is integrated deeply with IC (Internet Computer) and minimizes the complexity of creating canister smart contracts and updating content on IC, simplifying site hosting on ICP. During the first deployment of the site, 4EVERLAND builds a new canister for the project on IC, complete with follow-up setup and going live. Thereafter, 4EVERLAND automatically updates the contents of this canister at each deployment, meaning that a front-end canister is assigned to each site, pushed to IC. In addition, 4EVERLAND has a dedicated IC gateway built to provide global acceleration for ICP projects deployed through 4EVERLAND, enabling a decentralized experience from deployment to access.
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