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Blockchain Development

We believe that Blockchain carries the potential to introduce a new level of transparency, automation, and efficiency in businesses and nonprofits. Most organizations find it challenging to understand and apply Blockchain to the fullest extent in order to achieve tangible business results. Our team, led by an industry expert who specializes in building Smart Contracts, is passionate about employing our technical capabilities and experience. We combined this with a product focused mindset to help our clients effectively extract true business value when implementing Blockchain across their organization.

Types of Blockchain Solutions We Develop

Smart Contracts

Smart
Contracts

Transfer data and assets faster, safer, & at a lower cost with decentralized self-executing Smart Contracts.

Decentralized applications

Decentralized applications (Dapps)

Facilitate transaction processing & store transparent, reliable records through Smart Contracts coupled with a flawless front-end.

Blockchain Wallets

Blockchain
Wallets

Let users store and manage their assets securely & with ease: our solutions are securely protected & fit for multiple asset types.

Digital Assets (NFT)

Digital
Assets (NFT)

Convert any real asset, goods, & intellectual property to a digital form. Perfect for fundraising or as a core part of a Blockchain platform.

One of the many Ethereum development standards focus on token interfaces. These standards help ensure Smart Contracts remain composable, so for instance when a new project issues a token, it remains compatible with existing decentralized exchanges.

Here are some of the most popular token standards on Ethereum →

ERC-20

A standard interface for fungible (interchangeable) tokens, like voting tokens, staking tokens or virtual currencies.

ERC-721

A standard interface for non-fungible tokens (NFT), like a deed for artwork or a song.

In addition to the Ethereum standards, similar standards are implemented in TRON (TRC20 / TRC721) and Harmony (HRC20 / HRC721)

ERC-777

A standard that allows people to build extra functionality on top of tokens such as a mixer contract for improved transaction privacy, or emergency recovery functions for private keys.

Our Capabilities in Smart Contracts

The skills of our team enable us to:

Issue Smart Contracts of the above standards for the sale of currencies and bonds, as well as implementation of voting systems and NFT tokens.
Receive external data streams, events and payment methods through the secure Chainlink network
Combine Smart Contracts into a multi-blockchain using Polygon
Automate the deployment of Smart Contracts to the Blockchain.

Blockchain Networks

Ethereum

Ethereum

Is a technology that's home to digital money, global payments, and applications. The community has built a booming digital economy, bold new ways for creators to earn online, and so much more.

Avalanche

Avalanche

Is the fastest Smart Contracts platform in the Blockchain industry, as measured by time-to-finality, and has the most validators securing its activity of any proof-of-stake protocol.

Polygon

Polygon

Is a protocol and a framework for building and connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks. Aggregating scalable solutions on Ethereum supporting a multi-chain Ethereum ecosystem.

Tron

Tron

Is a decentralized blockchain platform for supporting smart contracts and high throughput. We see TRON as a future operating system which will allow developers to deploy their own decentralized applications.

Harmony

Harmony

Is a fast and secure blockchain for decentralized applications. Our production mainnet supports 4 shards of 1000 nodes, producing blocks in 2 seconds with finality.

Cosmos

Cosmos

Is a decentralized network of independent parallel blockchains, each powered by BFT consensus algorithms like Tendermint consensus. In other words, Cosmos is an ecosystem of blockchains that can scale and interoperate with each other. Before Cosmos, blockchains were siloed and unable to communicate with each other.

Chainlink

Chainlink

Is a blockchain abstraction layer that enables universally connected smart contracts. Allows blockchains to securely interact with external data feeds, events, and payment methods, providing the critical off-chain information needed by complex smart contracts to become the dominant form of digital agreement.

Solana

Solana

A decentralized computing platform that uses SOL to pay for transactions. Solana aims to improve blockchain scalability by using a combination of proof of stake consensus and so-called proof of history. As a result, Solana claims to be able to support 50,000 transactions per second without sacrificing decentralization.

FreeTON

FreeTON

A fast, secure and scalable network with near-zero fees, which can process up to a million transactions per second thanks to its unique dynamic sharding technology. FreeTON blockchain is on a mission to drive widespread adoption of decentralized solutions by millions of users.

Our Process

Design & Development

Once the project is confirmed for implementation we gather a product engineering team, assign a dedicated project manager and business analyst. We use agile methodologies for iterative development and close communication between the project team and the client.

DELIVERABLES: The product ready for production deployment, Product documentation describing features, Technical documentation (optional), Release plan

Strategy & Concept Workshop

Together with a team of subject matter experts, business analysts, tech and product leads we define existing and desired business processes, transform business needs into functional requirements, identify risks and limitations, create the initial vision of the architecture and technology stack to be used.

DELIVERABLES: Documented features and requirements for MVP, Clickable prototype for most important system use-cases (optional), Project plan with risks, budgeting and release strategy, Development proposal

Clarifying Needs

We gather initial requirements during an introductory meeting. The project gets a size assessment to clarify the approximate budget and time range for its implementation.

DELIVERABLES: List of high-level requirements, Project size assessment, Workshop proposal

Launch

When the product is ready for production release we set up system health checks and define support and maintenance processes to ensure smooth operation of the system.

DELIVERABLES: Product launch in production environment, Support and maintenance processes

Support & Further Growth

It all starts with the successful launch. We offer support and maintenance services, as well as dedicated and extended teams that help you grow and expand your product further.

DELIVERABLES: Support and Maintenance process, SLA contract, Dedicated/Extended Team proposal

Our Process

Clarifying Needs

We gather initial requirements during an introductory meeting. The project gets a size assessment to clarify the approximate budget and time range for its implementation.

Strategy & Concept Workshop

Together with a team of subject matter experts, business analysts, tech and product leads we define existing and desired business processes, transform business needs into functional requirements, identify risks and limitations, create the initial vision of the architecture and technology stack to be used.

Design & Development

Once the project is confirmed for implementation we gather a product engineering team, assign a dedicated project manager and business analyst. We use agile methodologies for iterative development and close communication between the project team and the client.

Launch

When the product is ready for production release we set up system health checks and define support and maintenance processes to ensure smooth operation of the system.

Support & Further Growth

It all starts with the successful launch. We offer support and maintenance services, as well as dedicated and extended teams that help you grow and expand your product further.

Our Tools

Truffle

Truffle

Web3JS

Web3JS

TronWeb

TronWeb

TronBox

TronBox

Hardhat

Hardhat

OpenZeppelin

OpenZeppelin

Polygon SDK

Polygon SDK

Avalanche Wallet SDK

Avalanche Wallet SDK

AvalancheJS

AvalancheJS

Harmony JavaScript SDK

Harmony JavaScript SDK

Ethermint

Ethermint

Our CivicTech Initiative

WIKI GOVERNANCE

Create an unbiased, factual, easy way of accessing information about representatives and sociopolitical topics in order to make more informed decisions.

Why?

Accessibility to unbiased, factual information is challenging and time consuming. This is due to the fact that information on governmental topics is spread across many unconnected databases, often dense and hard to understand. Due to this, the vast majority of the population rely on media outlets to build political opinions. Media outlets digest factual information and then present it with a ranging level of biased perspectives (sometimes unintentionally, sometimes intentionally). Additionally, accountability after an election is often hard to keep track of…

What?

By building a wiki site that pulls data from factual sources and governmental databases then presents it in an easy to understand and consume fashion, we can enable the general public access to the information they need to make unbiased/informed political decisions. Using customizable heat maps, gartner charts (ect.) users can choose to compare specific issues/topics that are important to them and see where politicians at any governmental level land. The data from these charts will be unbiased as it comes directly from the actions taken by representatives noted in governmental databases.

Blockchain Evolution

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2014

2021 →

BLOCKCHAIN-POINT

BLOCKCHAIN 1.0

BLOCKCHAIN-POINT

BLOCKCHAIN 2.0

BLOCKCHAIN-POINT

BLOCKCHAIN 3.0

The first blockchain was Bitcoin, a peer-to-peer digital currency created in 2008 that used a novel consensus mechanism known as Proof-of-Work (PoW). It was the first decentralized application on a blockchain. Soon, people started to realize the potential of decentralized applications and the desire to build new ones emerged in the community.

At the time, there were two options to develop decentralized applications: either fork the bitcoin codebase or build on top of it. However, the bitcoin codebase was very monolithic; all three layers—networking, consensus and application — were mixed together. Additionally, the Bitcoin scripting language was limited and not user-friendly. There was a need for better tools.

In 2014, Ethereum came in with a new proposition for building decentralized applications. There would be a single blockchain where people would be able to deploy any kind of program. Ethereum achieved this by turning the Application layer into a virtual machine called the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). This virtual machine was able to process programs called smart contracts that any developer could deploy to the Ethereum blockchain in a permissionless fashion. This new approach allowed thousands of developers to start building decentralized applications (dApps). However, limitations to this approach soon became apparent and still persist to this day.

The vision blockchain 3.0 - iis to make it easy for developers to build blockchains and break the barriers between blockchains by allowing them to transact with each other. The end goal is to create an Internet of Blockchains, a network of blockchains able to communicate with each other in a decentralized way.

We are committed to being most flexible and convenient team you’ve ever worked with.

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