Blockchain tools help deploy distributed ledger technology

Blockchain tools help deploy distributed ledger technology

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The company offers plug-and-play solutions designed to enable users to deploy distributed ledger technology (DLT) features without needing a deep technical understanding of blockchain technology. The latest update includes a number of tools to help developers quickly deploy and populate ledger, network, consensus, block, transaction, and account information in the company’s ecological network.

“There is a major barrier to entry for new blockchain developers,” says Nuls Co-founder Reaper Ran. “We need to make the process easier, collaborative and efficient to really maximize the potential of the blockchain ecosystem.”

“Nuls is bridging several critical gaps to better prepare blockchain for mainstream adoption. Mainly, we are making it easy for developers to understand and access APIs that streamline dApp development.”

The company provides developers with an microservices based out-of-the-box solution called ChainBox, which allows developers to build applications without having to code for blockchain. Developers do not need direct blockchain experience to create a chain on Nuls and modules can be built in any coding language.

Similarly, says the company, the platform is consensus agnostic, including its proprietary consensus system Proof of Credit (PoC), now with Byzantine Fault Tolerance. Developers can set up their own node environment, or use the nodes provided by Nuls ecosystem.

Offered as the first public, open-source microservice-driven blockchain in the industry, the platform is designed to provide developers tools to help them build modular blockchains, deploy smart contracts with enhanced functionality, and create cross-chain communications. Nuls cross-functionally reads, ingests, and interprets smart contracts and can create scenarios in which disparate blockchains become interoperable.

The company will be hosting a development workshop in San Jose as well as an online hackathon on July 11.


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