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 was initially created by an on-chain bot blocker called hCaptcha. It would reward users who solve CAPTCHAs. As the project developed, it became a wider solution for tokenizing contributions. Human hopes that the open-source, community-developed Routing Protocol will simplify the process of running a network entity like an Exchange Oracle. Routing Protocol’s ability coordinate oracles and job exchanges, layer one integrations for job listing, and workpool operators.
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. A machine-learning algorithm that isn’t trained with data cannot suggest ads to users based on their shopping habits.
The Human Protocol allows network clients to post smart bounties in exchange for consumer reviews. Users can also be rewarded for their input with the HMT token. The team is working to develop a decentralized platform that rewards data suppliers who request it. It is a platform that facilitates global-scale, direct connections at the intersection between workers, companies, machine learning, and other entities.