China’s Blockchain Service Network Adds 3rd Batch of Protocols, Including Polkadot, to its Framework November 27, 2020 November 27, 2020 Kelly Cromley http://1AZFjzw2#Nwf63pYaMWq#xIY
Bitcoin NewsNovember 27, 2020 by Kelly Cromley

China’s Blockchain Service Network Adds 3rd Batch of Protocols, Including Polkadot, to its Framework

Blockchain Service Network (BSN), the Chinese government aided blockchain venture, has added the third list of blockchain covenants to its framework. Specifically, under the latest additions, Polkadot, Bityaun and Oasis blockchains will be supported.

Polkadot’s blockchain covenant is structured to link several custom-built blockchains into a single unified network. Polkadot also paves way for handling several transactions on multiple chains in a simultaneous manner, taking the network ability to another level.

Oasis is experienced in private decentralized financial solutions that can be scaled as per requirement, while Bityuan offers blockchain solutions to Chinese establishments.

Yifan He, CEO of Red Date Technology and executive director of the BSN Development Association, has pointed out the rising popularity of the Bityuan framework in China:

“I am seeing commercial use cases built on the Bityuan framework are surging in China recently. I believe with this integration BSN will get developers around the world to be excited about building dapps that are enterprise-based and commercial oriented.”

Polkadot blockchain is one among several blockchains in the third group of blockchain covenants which started receiving support from the BSN network. Following the successful completion of trial in 2019, the BSN framework started supporting blockchains such as Ethereum and EOS in August 2020, with blockchains such as Algorand getting included in the second batch.

Notably, the inclusion of the aforesaid blockchain covenants to the list of blockchains supported by BSN network paves way for coders across the globe to get connected to a particular network via the BSN’s worldwide public city nodes and websites.

For deploying and administering their own permissioned (restricted) chains on the BSN International network, programmers must compulsorily sign up for an account through the official webpage.

AuthorKelly Cromley

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