Custer Network, a provider of blockchain infrastructure tools, is working hard to provide developers in the crypto world with infrastructure tools to help them get their distributed applications done faster and more efficiently, and Cesca, COO of Custer Network, will share more details with us in this interview with TechBullion.
Could you please introduce yourself briefly?
Cesca, Chief Operating Officer of Custer Network. I am a graduate of Caltech’s Department of Management and have over fifteen years of project operations experience in global operations manager positions at Google and Hewlett-Packard.
What is Custer Network and what is your vision?
Custer Network is a provider of blockchain infrastructure tools that simplify the process of building secure blockchain applications, deploying applications to remote nodes and provisioning servers in a repeatable manner for pushing multi-tier applications and application artifacts using push model settings. services and resources under the chain, driving the application of blockchain technology in more real-world scenarios.
And our vision is to provide blockchain infrastructure for building complex distributed applications and become a trusted bridge linking the digital and real economies.
How big is the blockchain infrastructure tools market and what are the future prospects?
On the question of how big the market for blockchain infrastructure tools is, our team has held workshops and finally concluded that the market for blockchain infrastructure tools is at least on the order of ten trillion dollars. The current state of the crypto world is similar to the Internet world in ’97, with a severe lack of infrastructure tools in the market.
On the issue of future prospects, I think the recent surge of Web3 and Metaverse concepts have shown the irresistible trend of blockchain development; blockchain development may become a skill that everyone needs to master in the future, and the Custer Network can effectively lower the threshold for developers to participate in blockchain development.
Can you tell us a little bit about the Custer Network ecosystem and what innovations it has?
A large part of what makes Custer Network such a powerful provider of blockchain infrastructure tools has to do with the Tendermint framework that Custer Network uses, which packages the network and consensus layers of the blockchain into a common engine solution that allows developers to focus on application development instead. without having to focus on the complex underlying protocols.
In addition, the IBC2.0 protocol is an innovative feature of the Custer Network, designed around an enduring vision of a multi-chain future as a sustainable solution with interoperability as the first principle, adhering to the highest development standards, the IBC2.0 protocol allows independent blockchains in the Custer Network ecosystem to connect while maintaining autonomy and transactions.
How does Custer Network bring value to its users?
Custer Network is improving modern social systems with the de-neutralization and security of blockchain technology, and will provide a powerful blockchain infrastructure development tool for companies or developers who want to apply blockchain in traditional areas.
For developers and end users, Custer Network provides them with a powerful and efficient blockchain development tool; with Custer Network constantly updated and iterated, future developers can launch a simple blockchain based on Custer Network’s SDK toolkit in less than five minutes. In addition, the smart contract framework feature radically reduces development time and lowers the barriers to blockchain use for millions of developers.
What are you currently working on and what are your plans for the future?
For the future development of the Custer Network, we have four phases: Perception, Construction, Circulation and Rendition; we are now in the Perception phase, where we will complete the release of the Custer white paper, debug the Custer test network and build the Custer basic service layer. The Construction phase will begin in Q4 2022, and the official launch of the Custer Network will mark the beginning of this phase; in this phase we will optimize the Custer Network protocol, add new Custer In this phase, we will optimize the Custer Network protocol, add new Custer Network SDK features, and add more Custer Network basic modules.
The Circulation phase will begin in Q1 2024, and we will focus more on optimizing the IBC2.0 protocol and completing the connection between the Custer Network and the Application Proprietary Chain Network; in addition, the upgrade and iteration of the Custer Network to support more complex service management functions will also be our focus during this phase.
The last phase is expected to open in Q2 2025. The Rendition phase means that the Custer Network will mature, where various technological innovations will continue to emerge and the Custer Network will develop into a trusted “bridge” linking the digital and real economies Custer Network will become a trusted “bridge” linking the digital and real economies; providing developers with the infrastructure to build complex distributed business applications.