LiquidApps, creators of the DAPP Network, a platform that sits on top of base-layer protocols and universal middleware used across multiple blockchains, has announced the release of LiquidChains.
A unique approach for enterprises and dApps looking to bridge public, permissioned, and private blockchains when deploying mission-critical blockchain applications; LiquidChains technology allows anyone to spin up a customizable chain in minutes and connect it to a public ledger for transparent record-keeping, if they wish.
LiquidChains can be public or private, permissioned or permissionless. They can exist for as short or long a time as necessary. And they can include whichever trustless features best suit their creators’ use case.
However, should their initial configuration not perform as expected; enterprises could seamlessly switch up their base layer by using the DAPP Network to migrate all their data across chains.
DAPP is the DAPP Network native token; a multi-purpose utility token designed to power an ecosystem of utilities, resources, and services; specifically serving the needs of developers building user-centric dApps.