One of the parts when it comes to building decentralised applications is the infrastructure that is required. This allows DApps to query the blockchain, get data and information that it requires and display it on a web interface. Furthermore, it allows the DApp to create transactions and interactions with the blockchain. Without this infrastructure, it makes it harder and costly to interact with the blockchain.
Maestro comes into play allowing DApp developers to quickly and easily interact with the blockchain via a Application Programming Interface or API.
APIs are common in the web development space and makes for an easy and understandable way for developers to get and push data to and from the blockchain.
Maestro has successfully launched its new series of features to allow for developers to build better and more engaging DApps.
You can find out more about the V1 release at: https://www.gomaestro.org/blog/platform-v1-launch
02:02 How were people querying on-chain data before?
03:04 Scope and features Maestro provides
05:15 Event notifications
06:55 Turbo transactions
08:31 Costs for using Maestro
09:59 Getting started with Maestro
11:17 Future plans
11:46 DeFi Analytics
13:48 Library of Open Source Contracts with Anastasia Labs Partnership
16:55 Will these smart contracts be audited?
18:04 Integration with Optim Bonds
20:37 Decentralisation of Maestro
22:48 Building on Maestro
25:28 Final comments
*** None of the information on this episode is to be considered as financial advice. All conversations and opinions are that of the guests and are intended for educational and entertainment purposes only. Please do your own research and understand that cryptocurrencies are volatile and risky. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fq8FhvxET2k
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