“Operating on Aelf will give key advantages to tokenized projects which have blockchain needs. Chen said the company is looking into offering “nodes as a service,” so that companies which cannot scale fast enough in terms of infrastructure will be able to simple rent nodes to process their sidechain transactions. Cross-chain communication to other applications is envisioned as well. Perhaps the most exciting prospect of Aelf and blockchains in general for some forms of development, like gaming, is the potential for shared userbase – identities can be portable between sidechains in similar fashion to the Google Play store’s authentication for Android games“.
Volkswagen has joined a blockchain scheme to ensure the cobalt used in lithium-ion batteries for its electric vehicles is responsibly sourced. The German car maker hopes the technology, built on the IBM Blockchain Platform, will […]
Thanks to blockchain technology, Yosemite X, Palo Alto-based fintech company’s has just released a Yosemite Card, where merchants will be charged 0.1 percent of every $10,000 in transaction volume, with a cap of 0.3 percent. […]
Des Moines Truck Brokers, Inc. (DMTB), a leading third-party logistics company, has joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA), an organization dedicated to developing best practices and standards for blockchain in the transportation industry. BiTA’s […]