Human Protocol, a decentralized infrastructure project, announced Thursday that it would launch a new layer of coordination for blockchain routing to manage third-party vendors and power data contribution on its network. Routing Protocol is a feature that sits on top of Human. It allows for the discovery of network generators and fee agreements. Consensus job standards, proof-of-balance, and governance support to network upgrades.
The Human protocol began with an on-chain blocker called hCaptcha, which would reward users for solving CAPTCHAs. Over time it evolved into a more comprehensive solution for tokenizing contributions. Human expects that the open-source Routing Protocol, which has been developed by the community, will make it easier to operate a network entity such an Exchange Oracle. Routing Protocol is able to coordinate oracles as well as job exchanges and layer-one integrations that allow job listings to be posted.
Human network is a peer-to-peer consensus mechanism that blockchain design provides to help automate tasks that can’t be done without human assistance. AI e-commerce marketing is an example of such a benefit proposition. Without a “training” set of data, machine-learning algorithms cannot recommend ads that are relevant to the shopping habits of web users.
By using the Human Protocol, clients of network can post smart bonties for reviews from consumers and then reward users with HMT tokens for their input. The vision of the development team is to create a decentralized platform to reward data suppliers to those who demand it. It is a platform that facilitates global-located connections between workers and companies.