Chain, a fintech company focused on blockchain solutions, released Chain Core Developer Edition, an open-source version of Chain Core, its distributed-ledger platform.
Developers can now download and install Chain Core and start or join a blockchain network, build apps and read technical documents and tutorials. Prototypes created via Chain Core Developer Edition can be run on a test network operated by Microsoft and the Initiative for Cryptocurrencies and Contracts (IC3), a collaboration of five universities, in addition to Chain.
"We are thrilled to give developers everywhere open access to Chain's platform," said Ryan Smith, CTO of Chain, in a statement. "Chain Core Developer Edition provides a seamless end-to-end experience to design, build, and test prototypes on a system we created from the ground up to suit the scalability and security requirements of the financial industry."
For the October issue of Waters, we produced a three-part series looking at how capital markets firms are embracing distributed-ledger technologies and digital currencies, as well as looking at where the space has been vastly overhyped. Click here to download the pdf of the special report. You can find all blockchain stories here.
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