Digital Asset Opens Smart Contract Language to Developers

Blythe Masters says that DAML is designed to reduce the risk of developer error creating broader problems for the market.


Distributed-ledger technology (DLT) provider Digital Asset has decided to open its smart contract language, DAML, to the wider developer community after running a private beta program among its clients, such as Accenture, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), ABN Amro, and the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation.

The contract modeling language is built specifically for distributed ledgers and codifies complex, multi-party agreements. The program aims to provide developers with tools and

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