Near Protocol Takes Web3 to the Next Level with the Blockchain Operating System (BOS)

Near Protocol made a groundbreaking announcement on March 2nd, unveiling their latest project, the Blockchain Operating System (BOS). The BOS will serve as a common layer for browsing and discovering open web experiences that are compatible with any blockchain. This new development will make Near the entry point for both Web2 and Web3, making it easier for users and developers to access and navigate these technologies.

Since its inception, Near has been focused on its mission to onboard one billion users to the Open Web. Their first step towards achieving this goal was to build a best-in-class L1 blockchain that was easy to use and develop on. With their human-readable account model, Nightshade sharding approach, and the development of tooling for builders, Near was able to create a thriving ecosystem with over 23 million accounts and more than a thousand projects building on the protocol.

Now, Near is taking things to the next level by building up the Web3 stack and integrating experiences from across the open web. Alpha.near.org is a composable frontend for Web3 that allows end-users to discover all the possibilities of Web3 in one seamless experience, and empowers developers to create and code interfaces in a single environment with the ability to fork a host of components to build apps faster and more efficiently than ever before.

With the addition of composable frontends to the tech stack, Near is now the Blockchain Operating System, allowing seamless one-time onboarding and removing friction points like making accounts for every experience. This is an industry first and a revolutionary moment in Web3.

Developers can try out the Alpha at alpha.near.org to experience how easy it is to fork components and create new experiences, while end-users can explore Web3 experiences, social, and news all in one place. With Near’s Blockchain Operating System, the possibilities are endless.

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