Whether you’re a blockchain startup or an established business, it’s extremely expensive to launch your own node network – and even more expensive to maintain it. Since blockchain became a household name, providing the solution to any problem, CEOs around the globe have been urging their tech teams to “go blockchain.” But it’s not as simple as it sounds – and that’s where Nodes as a Service (NaaS) comes in.
Many developers simply aren’t familiar with blockchain technology and are still scrambling to study up on the technology and its nuances. Small businesses and startups may not have the necessary capital to put the right people together, or sufficiently robust systems to enable blockchains to run. Instead of getting ahead in the race, they’re stuck in their tracks wondering how to start.
Building an Enterprise Blockchain
We’ve heard all about large companies like IBM and Walmart successfully deploying blockchain tech in their businesses. But not everyone has the budget of IBM and Walmart. And probably not the talent either.
Building an enterprise blockchain means hiring blockchain developers. Then you’ll have to figure out which fabric to use, from Hyperledger Fabric to Ethereum, or Corda. You’ll also need to understand complex issues,
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