Essentia is a masternoded multi-chained set of protocols connecting centralized and decentralized resources to create new powerful interactions and experiences
Data and platforms are scattered all around.
Different pieces of the new Internet are born as building blocks, but there’s no way for them to work together.
Even interoperating new technologies with old centralised resources can prove useful in making the paradigm shift from Web 2 to Web 3 happen.
Now we own our data, we can prove that we own what we have and have created it on different platforms, but how do we put it together into a whole new cohesive framework, effectively replacing old models and enabling new powerful interactions?
Welcome, to Essentia.
Essentia is a modular decentralised interoperability and data management framework.
Although it may sound complicated, it’s composed of two main components: Essences and Synergies.
In Essences, entities own their data, interlinking them across multiple services. They can be of individuals, companies, groups or organisations, effectively creating decentralised internet users, making interoperability between them also possible by subIDs, permissions and self-triggering, information related, smart contracts.
Synergies are the connective tissue of operations. They link different platforms, resources and modules together for them to be able to interoperate.
Developers can build on top of them and users can pay for leaner, more powerful and efficient applications on the Essentia framework that run across all the best technologies around the globe, opposed to a single one.
Try Essentia. A seed is all you need to get started.