Hashing Systems launches Chrome extension for Hedera Hashgraph

The extension produces payment servers, notifications, retries, onboarding, verification, and platform analytics. Most importantly it allows users to sign smart contract transactions.

Hashing Systems, a provider of DLTs for Web 3.0, has launched its Composer Chrome extension, a tool for accessing Hedera enabled distributed applications (DApps) in the client browser

This unique tool improves the Hedera Hashgraph experience for users.

The team behind Composer for Hedera Hashgraph, built on JavaScript, is the same team actively contributing to open source Hedera solutions such as the Hedera iOS SDK and Hash Name Service.

“We live in an amazing time where developers from anywhere around the world can put their minds together to build interoperable solutions. We are motivated by the fact that we are providing something the community has not seen before. An intuitive system of tools that allow anyone with Front End development experience to work on Hedera.”
– Pablo Peillard, CEO of Hashing Systems

In the future, Hashing Systems plans to offer more ways to deploy and track decentralized applications, making it easier than ever to contribute to the development of the Hedera Hashgraph platform.

“By offering a browser-based bridge for connecting to Hedera, the Hashing Systems team is contributing greatly to the Hedera Hashgraph community. We’re thrilled to see organizations developing real ways to leverage the Hedera API, and Hashing Systems Composer Chrome Extension will enable applications to more easily leverage Hedera’s capabilities.”
– Jordan Fried, SVP of Business Development for Hedera

Last week, the Hedera mainnet launched with 26 DApps and solutions now live.

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