Blockchain platforms are entities with complex and powerful scripting languages that may be used to generate and administer a variety of Web3 tasks, such as but not limited to NFTs, the beginning and completion of transactions, and the development of smart contracts.
In reality, smart contracts are regarded as the first application of a blockchain platform other than a cryptocurrency, and that application was Ethereum.
As is the case with several cryptocurrencies, many blockchain platforms are created by and supported by nonprofit foundations.
Our blockchain developers, who work for a prominent blockchain development business, have experience working on the:
- Hyperledger Fabric
- Hyperledger Sawtooth
- Hyperledger Indy