What Is The #Intent of Ruby Protocol? Answered in 4 Questions

Ruby Protocol
4 min readSep 26, 2023

Thoughts On Moving to Intent-Centric

Moving on, we, as a community, must ask ourselves what the future Web3 must look like for blockchain, crypto, data sovereignty, distributed networks, and Web3 to establish footholds in the technical landscape of the future and people’s everyday lives.

And if we fail to imagine or design functionalities that enable that, the promise we made might never get delivered.

1st Question: Why Is AI So Popular?

On the surface, it might be the most straightforward question to answer. Artificial Intelligence is popular because it makes our lives easy. It is because AI is becoming more accessible to the public, and people like new things. AI also makes a lot of stuff easy, which is why it is becoming popular.

However, to understand how we can apply the lessons of AI building to Web3, we must dig deeper and give a more fine-grained analysis of what it does to incent such profound impacts.

Since the beginning of time, we, human beings, have been an information revolution species, and information and data are some of the most important indicators of life. Throughout history, it has been documented by human actions and nature that information revolutions are the normal state of life.

Over time, humans have developed various methods of communication, be it yelling and flailing sticks manically on the African prairies, scribbling paintings, scripts, and alphabets on the wall, inventing the printing press in the mid-15th century, or designing technologies to usher us into the 21st century Internet age. All of this indicates one thing only: access to more information and democratizing human expression always aids the democratization of power, aids community building, civil rights, justice, human dignity, and flourishing.

Why is AI so popular? It gives you more information, more data, more ideas and more power. All at your fingertips and Intent.

If you truly want it (Intent), it will be delivered to you (Deliver).

With that, we can come to a conclusion:

Adoption = Intent + Delivery.

The more Intent you deliver the more adoption it will be.

2nd Question: Web3 Is So Great, Why Change?

The journey of blockchain evolution starts with the first generation with scriptable settlements like Bitcoin, which is a fantastic technology and catalyst for more decentralization but simultaneously a unitary and relatively static network.

The second-generation blockchain introduced fully programmable settlements catalyzed by Ethereum and its transformative impact on application development. Despite significant improvements in scaling, privacy, and consensus mechanisms, the second-generation blockchains and the applications built on top remained transaction-centric.

While people often hail blockchain, crypto, and web3 as the next building block of our future technology and the savior of individualism in the coming age of AI and massive automation, we must not forget that the current infrastructure is lopsided toward trading and speculation, and the user experience is suboptimal.

The promises we made with the concept of Web3 are far beyond trading. If we want to move above the current state and transform many incumbent industries, blockchain evolution cannot stop.

3rd Question: What Is Intent-Centric?

It is extremely difficult to define something in Web3, but by definition, we believe intent-centric refers to an architecture or protocol that focuses on the intent or end goal of a user rather than the detailed steps to achieve it.

In other words, an intent-centric design should be intuitive, simple, invisible, and straightforward. Like the phrase “the best design is no design”. The idea behind this concept is that sometimes, the most effective design is one that is simple and straightforward, without any unnecessary elements.

Intents are set to transform the blockchain experience from a manual, step-by-step process to a more intuitive, outcome-focused approach.

For now it promises smoother transactions, faster execution, and a more user-centric experience, and with further developments, we believe it is the stepping stone for more broad adoption.

Since you have to start somewhere, let’s start where we know best.

4th Question: What Is The Intent of Ruby Protocol?

In this chapter, Ruby Protocol is an Intent-Centric Account & Access Layer for Web3.

We are building an intent-centric, interoperable, and privacy-preserving infrastructure for Web3 future. Our services, including Account Abstraction (AA), Assets Bridge (AB), Access Control (AC) and more, are designed to accelerate Web3 development and its mass adoption.

We aim to make Web3 seamless and effortless to everyone everywhere.

About Us

Ruby Protocol is an Intent-Centric Account & Access Layer for Web3.

We are building an intent-centric, interoperable, and privacy-preserving infrastructure for Web3 future. Our services, including Account Abstraction (AA), Assets Bridge (AB), Access Control (AC) and much more, are designed to accelerate Web3 development and its mass adoption.

We aim to make Web3 seamless and effortless to everyone everywhere.

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