Months after launching operations in China, the country’s Blockchain-based Service Network (BSN) saw the release of an official international website, aiming to attract global DLT developers as well.
China’s BSN Goes International
The Blockchain-based Service Network went live a few months back after a delay prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic. As CryptoPotato reported back then, the platform enables DLT developers to build applications, smart cities, and even digital economies on top of it without participants having to design an entire network from scratch.
While initially launched only for domestic use, it appears that BSN targets international developers as well after the English-based website went live earlier today.
“The entire purpose of the BSN is to enable developers to develop, deploy, and manage easily and affordably blockchain dApps via any BSN portal they choose. Developers can focus on business innovations and programming smart contracts; the BSN takes care of everything else for them.” – reads the website.
Building decentralized applications (dApps) has become possible after BSN integrated several popular networks allowing smart contract developments. Those include Ethereum, Tezos, EOS, NEO, Nervos, IRISNET, and Dfuse-eos.
According to the global website, developers utilizing the BSN platform will join some massive names listed as partners, including Google and Amazon Web Services.
China’s Blockchain Expansion
The giant DLT platform is just one of the nation’s aggressive attempts to become a leader in the blockchain field. Ever since President Xi Jinping urged the country to invest more in the technology, China has been accelerating its blockchain-based endeavors, as another recent report recently highlighted.
It asserted that the world’s most populated nation had seen more than 10,000 new blockchain-oriented companies in the first seven months of 2020 alone. This is more than the entire 2017 when the number was less than 9,000. If the pace keeps up, 2020 will shatter the 2018 record.
The rapid growth of interest in blockchain is evident in schools as well. Per a local news outlet, the first set of DLT students will graduate in 2024, but the demand is so high that the Chinese education system can barely keep up.
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