Abhinav, founder at Murmur said of the partnership, “We are glad to be working with the highly experienced Marlin team.”
Marlin CMO Dean Pappas remarked, “These are the kind of partnerships that help show the vast application and use cases that the Marlin Protocol is offering.” Affirming the need for scalability at the network layer a project, Dean Pappas expressed enthusiasm at partnering with a robust and fast-growing project like Murmur.
“At Murmur, we’re building a new incentivized social network with users not having to trust a central party with their data. Speed and scalability are paramount to any social network, and we’re glad to partner with Marlin to help us with both,” noted Abhinav.
Marlin’s Chief Architect Roshan Raghupathy was equally enthusiastic about the partnership with Murmur and added, “We look forward to exploring efficient data, content and notification delivery mechanisms to support a scalable social networking platform that respects the user’s privacy.”
Murmur is a new-age micro-blogging platform that gives users the ability to share freely, control their data, trace the origins of any story to help prevent fake news and receive content rewards.
Marlin is a high availability and reliability network made possible with the creation of its versatile bandwidth sharing marketplace, built by its users, enabling blockchains to achieve 500x higher throughput and sub 100ms latency while maintaining provable anonymity.