The new Adoriasoft SDK will enable any Cosmos chain to become a Polkadot parachain which means that the Cosmos project will be open to the Substrate ecosystem of interoperable networks as we are reading more in our latest cryptocurrency news.
The effects of this move are enormous with the potential to such Cosmos’s projects into Polkadot’s orbit. While both Cosmos and Polkadot are using Proof of Stake methods, the networks’ architecture is different as one is built with Tendermint and the other with Substrate. Adoriasoft made a breakthrough in finding a way for the Cosmos chains to connect to Polkadot without having to rebuild their product from the scratch. The SDK should benefit Polkadot as well because it will lure talented Developers into the sea of parachains and they will all be connected to the Polkadot Relay Chain.
An independent chain is not able to communicate information or to pass data to applications on the other blockchains as they are different and there’s no connection between them. The new Adoriasoft SDK kit will allow cosmos’s blockchain to connect with any other blockchain by using parachains. This will help Cosmos developers and will allow them to enter the most liquid and secure and PoS network.
Cosmos and Polkadot work under two security models as well. Polkadot uses parachains that have their own state machine and work under their own rules so all of the parachains are secured by the Relay Chain that has a consensus algorithm called GRANDPA. The security for each parachain comes from the GRANDPA consensus that has a similar security model. With the Cosmos Network, each blockchain has to secure itself which means that these blockchains are protected by validators, resulting in a bigger attack surface and burden to smaller projects.
Adoriasoft explained the benefits of the Polkadot ecosystem in a GitHub document where we could read that both Polkadot and Cosmos systems have similar ideas and goals so their interoperability could be quite useful for both systems. Also, the developers will be able to use Cosmos’ SDK in their blockchain connected to the Polkadot Relay chain. As Adoriasoft explained:
“Our project benefits the Polkadot ecosystem by attracting Cosmos developers, who are accustomed to building with the Cosmos SDK. Anyone who can build a Cosmos app will be able to build for Polkadot, shifting the security burden to the Polkadot Relay Chain instead of relying on the Cosmos app’s own consensus and security processes.”
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