Recently, Infura declared that it was prepared to support Aurora, the EVM-compatible network of NEAR. Infura is known for supporting networks as a way of contributing to the growth of web3.
The company behind the NEAR protocol created an EVM called Aurora. Aurora aims to give developers the best user experience while using the platform. This is probably one of the reasons many users are attracted to the network.
As a result of the identical developer experiences that both offer, Aurora and Ethereum are compatible.
Projects can be moved to the Ethereum network without causing any code to break.
The network still supports NEAR’s Rainbow Bridge interoperability. This improves data transit between Aurora, NEAR, and Ethereum as well as an independent token.
Transaction output from Aurora results in 1000x cheaper transaction fees overall.
The network also completes transactions more quickly.
Interoperability is what gives Aurora its efficiency. Ethereum’s smart contracts allow for simple transfer across the Rainbow Bridge.
To build on NEAR, developers do not have to leave the Ethereum network. Almost all of the tools known by developers work with Aurora.
All transactions can be processed by Metamask, and Truffle’s interoperability with building smart contract projects is amazing.
Because Infura supports Aurora, developers can create projects with higher security utilizing bespoke RPC URLs.
Users who are interested in testing out Infura will be able to do so as soon as access is made available to the general public. The Aurora team consists of experienced and efficient members and Infura is willing to contribute to its development. No doubt, the collaboration between the two networks is going to be epic.