Truffle To Introduce New Range Of Tools for Corda, Hyperledger Fabric, Tezos
Truffle, blockchain development firm, has launched plans to widen its totally administered developer suite to encompass support for blockchain covenants such as Corda, Tezos and Hyperledger Fabric.
Truffle founder and CEO Tim Coulter unveiled plans at TruffleCon 2019 – Truffle’s annual developer conference – on Microsoft’s centre in Redmond, Washington.
Coulter explained how the tools will give way for partnership via interoperability:
“We are empowering developers to build enterprise-grade solutions on any network of their choosing, creating a path for future cross-network collaboration.”
The Truffle Suite is a totally administered blockchain for developer workflow, from backend job on smart contracts to frontend development of applications. Truffle’s coding tools were introduced back in 2015, when they were built from in association with ConsenSys venture production studio.
Truffle raised $3 million later on and collaborated with Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, and also Microsoft Azure.
Truffle’s developer suite has been created to power the blockchain covenants of Ethereum and Quorum. The transportation group Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA) is making an attempt to push forward supply chain compatibility via blockchain technology.
BiTA president Patrick Duffy has mentioned the group’s objective, indicating that blockchain “has the potential to smooth the transactions that occur between shippers and carriers, but it requires the active participation of transportation leaders.”