I THOUGHT WEB3 WAS PRIVATE?
NOT A CHANCE!
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In web3, almost every transaction relies on infrastructure provided by closed-source, centralized infrastructure providers who you simply have to trust not to misuse your data. We’re talking about RPC providers like Infura/Alchemy, the engine that keeps the entire crypto rocket flying, supporting billions of RPC calls daily. But unlike the crypto system they support, they are highly centralized black boxes which are entirely closed source.
Although large players like Infura have now recognised the problem, they have yet to do anything about this gaping privacy hole. RPCh solves this by routing requests and responses via the HOPR network. Users running an RPCh entry instance can route RPC requests over the HOPR mixnet before exiting via any node running RPCh. This will obscure all the metadata associated with the RPC call, closing a major privacy loophole in web3. RPCh is the first commercially available service built on top of the HOPR protocol and a major breakthrough in web3 privacy. RPCh can run on top of existing RPCh infrastructure or our own HOPR RPC nodes.Read the Blog
- learn how users will be able to use RPCh
- understand how HOPR node runners will benefit
- see the first metadata-private crypto transactions ever