How Dfinity's Internet Computer Will Integrate Ethereum?

The Dfinity Foundation began integrating the decentralized blockchain network Internet computing with Ethereum, seen by many in the industry as a competitor watching Dfinity build its treasure. Ethereum BIG NEWS: I instructed to directly integrate networks using Chain Key encryption Internet computer and Ethereum smart contracts together * instantly *, no hub, no cloud, no word. Transformer ∞ – Dominic Williams ∞ (@dominic_w) May 26, 2021 Integration was announced in a tweet by Dfinity founder Dominic Williams, explaining why it was needed and how it would be in a blog post posted today. “I was very close to the Ethereum project in 2014, 2015,” he told Decrypt in an interview earlier this month. Those years were formative. And then the Dfinity project was born – as it was then called. Williams said after discovering Ethereum that he finally believes his research is better suited to an independent project. The "Dfinity Project", which has become the internet computer, went public this month after five years of development. Their broad goal is to become a complete internet hosted on decentralized servers. It attempts to extend the functionality of the Internet by enabling developers to create decentralized versions of popular applications. It also aims to conquer the cloud computing market and its trust in central server farms. The internet computer has big name support, a highly experienced team, and ICP, which was already among the top 10 cryptocurrencies by market value at launch. It also claims to solve Ethereum's scaling issues without compromising security or decentralization. But Williams is far from rivals, they complement each other. It has repeatedly explained that the architecture of the two projects is fundamental

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