Projects rely heavily on web2 platforms and while an extremely basic set of services exist, as projects mature and become more sophisticated, so will their use cases. Currently, projects have two options: Settle for existing services built to satisfy a limited set of use cases, or spend valuable time and resources building custom tools and/or services for their own requirements.
Our plan is to build a suite of customizable (and of course extensible) components and services to fit a variety of use cases and needs. We call this the integration layer, as it provides integration with web2 platforms and services, serving as the bridge between the web2 and web3 worlds. Some key web2 platforms almost every web3 project uses in some fashion are: