Tezos Will be Compatible with China’s Blockchain Service Network
Blockchain Service Network – Beijing backed blockchain infrastructure project – has revealed that its global platform will be compatible with Tezos blockchain.
Notably, Tezos has been chosen as “one of the first batch of blockchains” to be supported by BSN International, an international framework facilitating access to public blockchain services on the BSN.
With the incorporation of Tezos blockchain, coders across the globe will be able to gain access to Tezos covenant utilizing BSN’s worldwide public portals and city nodes.
As per BSN, so far three global public city nodes have embedded the Tezos blockchain in both testnet and mainnet. As of date, BSN’s worldwide public city nodes are located in California, Hong Kong and Paris.
For deploying and managing permissioned blockchains on the BSN International framework, programmers should setup an account through the official website. By accessing “Permissionless Services,” developers can build their own ventures on the Tezos mainnet or testnet. As BSN stated, access to all APIs offered by Tezos in the same manner as mentioned above, with the retaining of actual data format.
The BSN network has been setup to bring together a maximum of 40 public blockchain by June next year. Tezos is one among the six blockchains which have been chosen in the first batch. Others include Nervos, NEO, Cosmos’ IRISnet, EOS and Ethereum. ShareRing, Algorand and Solana are anticipated to be in the second batch of blockchains which are expected to be integrated with the BSN.
Trialed in October 2019, China’s BSN network is a government backed blockchain program that was originally established to assist SMEs (small and medium enterprises) build and employ blockchain apps on networks that necessitates permission. Commercially, the venture went live in April 2020, while the BSN International became active in August.