In an effort to revolutionize the way people work, the decentralized infrastructure project HUMAN Protocol has announced the establishment of a new blockchain coordination layer to manage routing functions between third-party suppliers to drive HUMAN Protocol jobs.
By layering it on top of the existing HUMAN Protocol and adding new capabilities like the discovery of network generators and fee agreements, as well as consensus rules for jobs and evidence of fairness, the Routing Protocol has been widely used. In addition, it offers governance support for easy consensus-based changes to the network infrastructure.
Decentralization and connectivity, as well as the recognition and compensation for all value created, are central to HUMAN Protocol’s objective to build a more humane world. Organizations, employees, and machines may all benefit from the direct, globally-mapped relationships made possible by the HUMAN Protocol.
With the Routing Protocol, anybody may run a network entity like an Exchange Oracle, which should speed up the adoption of HUMAN Protocols. An execution layer focuses on the coordination between individuals who are actively involved in completing tasks. It allows network actors to add new features to their service while maintaining API compatibility, such as adding a new task type and establishing their own transparent fees for services.
To get around these issues, the Routing Protocol makes use of third-party tool providers, such as oracle providers for job listings and workpool operators, job exchanges, and L1 integrations. Subscriptions to the Routing Protocol are available for participation by other parties.
Developers and designers throughout the Human Protocol ecosystem are working together to create a routing protocol. Community members are developing prototypes for a number of the project’s components. Everyone is welcome to join the HUMAN Protocol’s public repositories and submit their ideas to its continuing development as an open-source project. Duplication of effort is minimized by open and honest communication.
The Routing Protocol’s overall architecture will evolve with each component being built and optimized. Whitepapers are expected to detail the technology’s plan after the foundation has been laid and certain milestones have been met.