Morpheus Labs, a Singapore-based blockchain company that provides full-service, Blockchain-Platform-as-a-Service (BPaaS) solutions for rapid prototyping, easy deployment, and integration, has now partnered with ProximaX to drive the adoption, deployment, and use of blockchain technology via the ProximaX Sirius development platform.
The Morpheus Labs end-to-end blockchain platform is equipped with an app marketplace that works with multiple blockchain partners through its partner-driven model.
The BPaaS offers developers the opportunity to quickly jumpstart development through the utilization of available blockchain nodes on its platform with an estimated savings of up to 60% on development time and 70% on development cost. Coupled with ProximaX’s easy to develop platform, this could easily cut short development time by six to nine months.
“We are excited about working with ProximaX’s enterprise-grade development platform. This one-of-a-kind Integrated and Distributed Ledger Technology Platform is just what the market needs and our collaboration will allow us to leverage on each other’s expertise, experience, and strength as we continue to aggressively drive the adoption of blockchain technology to mainstream enterprises.”
– CEO of Morpheus Labs, Chuang Pei-Han
The collaboration involves Morpheus Labs adopting the ProximaX Sirius development platform followed by joint marketing campaigns, business development, workshops, seminars, and events such as hackathons to promote blockchain adoption. Apart from commercially and technically supporting one another, ProximaX will also publish dApps onto Morpheus Labs’ Application Library as a way of showcasing the uses of the ProximaX Sirius platform.
“Our shared mission is to promulgate blockchain as a secure, practical, and cost-effective platform for applications and it is this ideology that has brought us together. It is part of our strategy to work closely with partners and potential clients across platforms, genres, and markets to champion blockchain technology and also to promote ProximaX’s Supercontract as a superior alternative to the smart contract.”
– Lon Wong, founder and CEO of ProximaX