RSK Labs, developer of a smart contract platform with a 2-way peg to the Bitcoin blockchain announced the release of a public infrastructure service to let dApp developers focus on their blockchain applications development without worrying about the infrastructure while achieving a zero infrastructure installation process.
The news goes hand in hand with the RSK MainNet network release from January 2018, the SBTC wallets integration, the addition of more hashing power to the merged-mining process coming from different mining pool companies and a network hardening from the latest release. Altogether, the aim is to achieve a more secure smart contract protocol running on top of the Bitcoin network.
Without the need of installing any infrastructure component and having an on-demand scalable architecture, blockchain developers and third-party companies can now focus on their development and their dApp’s performance.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”Adrian Eidelman, RSK’s CTO” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]“We are excited to avail this service to let the dApp developers focus on their solutions while we have their back on a reliable and scalable infrastructure that they do not need to install any more.”[/perfectpullquote]
To learn more about the public infrastructure service, read the full Documentation.