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Built by some of the industry’s foremost blockchain developers and researchers, including previous founding members of Zilliqa, Automata was launched to fill a crucial privacy gap in the emerging Web 3.0 stack.
Founded in 2019, Automata is a recipient of Web3 Grant (2020), a participant of the Web 3.0 Bootcamp (2020), Berkeley Blockchain Xcelerator (2021), and Polkadot Decoded Mainstage speaker (2021).
The team’s investors include KR1, Alameda Research, IOSG Ventures, Divergence Capital, Genesis Block Ventures, and Jump Trading.
Integration with existing dApps are lightweight and non-intrusive. Developers can work effortlessly with Automata's middleware services to enjoy privacy protection with near-zero modifications of their code base or interface.
Data access patterns are concealed from even the hosting nodes to safeguard user privacy. Automata's technical architecture ensures that the trace of computation is not leaked to unauthorised parties.
Automata's solutions are compatible with multiple blockchain protocols. This provides dApps with direct and full-range support on their native hosting platforms without being hampered by migration overhead.
Versatile use cases purpose-built for the Web3 economy, including Witness, an off-chain governance solution, Conveyor, an MEV Minimisation solution, and Librarian, a do-not-track indexing solution.