ArcBlock Blockchain Platform 1.0 to Hasten Development of Decentralized Networks

Brian Njuguna   Nov 14, 2019 04:00

shutterstock_1129506011 (1)-min.jpgArcBlock has released an updated framework called ArcBlock Blockchain Platform 1.0. It will assist businesses and developers to quickly manage and build decentralized applications and blockchain networks.

ArcBlock has acknowledged that this innovation was prompted by the feedback from customers and developers, urging for service improvement. One of the primary concerns was the creation of enterprise-grade blockchains, and this will be attained through the new blockchain platform.

ArcBlock’s CEO, Robert Mao, acknowledged, “When we started this project two years ago, we had a vision, and through strong collaboration with our communities, developers, and customers, we have been able to redefine what is possible with blockchain and are fulfilling our vision. We have removed the complexity out of blockchain and allow anyone, anywhere to power their blockchain projects with ArcBlock. I look forward to seeing more products and services powered by ArcBlock in the months and years ahead.” 

Customer-facing services guaranteed

GoFun Travel, a prominent Chinese ride-sharing company, is set to adopt the ArcBlock Blockchain Platform 1.0 for customer-facing services and next-generation data. 

The platform also gives anyone the power to establish a customized and autonomous blockchain in a short while. Additionally, some of the new features supported include easier upgrades and cross-chain swaps. 

The cross-chain services or atomic swaps offered by ArcBlock usually instigate interoperability between blockchains. 

The ArcBlock Blockchain Platform 1.0 enables developers to use a scalable cross-chain open protocol. Furthermore, the “Blocklet” design availed makes them create decentralized apps running on public or customized blockchains within minutes. 

The framework will also incorporate production-ready capabilities, such as the deployment of blockchain node software into any on-prem, hybrid, or cloud environment. Additionally, it supports some of the current leading programming languages, including Python and JavaScript. 


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