We are thrilled to announce that we reach a strategic partnership with ARPA, a project that provides blockchain-based layer 2 solutions for privacy-preserving computation.
ARPA is designed to separate data utility from ownership and enable data renting. ARPA’s MPC protocol creates ways for multiple entities to collaboratively analyze data and extract data synergies while keeping each party’s data input private and secure.
With that said, the rationale behind this partnership is straightforward. Raze Network, as a cross-chain privacy middleware for DeFi and Web3.0, aims to provide end-to-end anonymity for this entire sector and strives to do whatever it takes to keep user data and online footprints confidential. Since both teams are heading in the same direction, we foresee many synergies.
However, true synergy is more than an announcement, instead, it should be something giving rise to a whole that is greater than the simple sum of both parties. In our case, ARPA and Raze Network understand what it means to fight for privacy, and how sacred this value is. Both our visions are greater than ourselves.
More importantly, we learn ARPA has participated in the Development of China’s New National Standard for Privacy-Preserving Computation Series, which itself is a recognition of their work. Raze Network hopes, by partnering up with them, to pick their brains on different ways to shield important data from erosion and explore new ways to achieve our missions.
ARPA is a Secure Computation Network Compatible With Blockchains. We propose a blockchain-based secure computation network of Multi-party Computation (MPC). ARPA cryptographically enables private smart contracts, unprecedented data-at-use privacy protection, as well as scalable computational sharding.
About Raze Network
Raze Network is a Substrate-based cross-chain privacy protocol for the Polkadot ecosystem. It is built as a native privacy layer that can provide end-to-end anonymity for the entire DeFi stack. The Raze Network applies zkSNARKs to the Zether framework to build a second-layer decentralized anonymous module. It will then be imported as a substrate-based smart contract. The objective of Raze Network is to enable cross-chain privacy-preserving payment and trading systems while protecting the transparency of your assets and behaviors from surveillance.