Wanchain, launched its 4.0 version of its interoperability-focused blockchain and the latest project was announced via a blog post on January 20 as we are reading in today’s altcoin news.
According to the blog post, Wanchain will expand its interoperability objectives in order to provide support for the private blockchains or consortium blockchains. This version of the blockchain will tackle some of the obstacles facing private blockchains including the possibilities that a blockchain can feature a permissioned account and offer different levels of privacy. Every company that uses a private blockchain may configure it differently which is a huge challenge for standardization.
One of the best features of Wanchain 4.0 is the T-Bridge a framework that allows data and digital assets to be transferred across different blockchains. This will also make possible for the companies and organizations that already use this blockchain to create their cross-chain applications and smart contracts. T-Bridge will offer APIs and CLIs for easier access. The platform has already a number of potential applications. For example, airlines could use this solution to issue frequent flier points with e-commerce sites and a local government or a company could also use this system to issue property credits. Any business plan that requires a lot more than only one blockchain will benefit.
T-Bridge will promote the growth of the Wanchain itself and will make it simpler to connect new blockchains to the platform so that each chain will be added and this way the size of the storeman node system will be increased. T-Bridge also supports cross-chain smart contracts that allow Wanchaint o handle data beyond simple transactions.
The platform added support for a few other blockchains and cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin and Ethereum in 2018 as well as EOS in 2019. It will also integrate a few more Ethereum and EOS-based tokens which means a further extension of the list of compatible assets. however, there are other projects of this kind. Chainlink, Cosmos, and Polkadot are all focusing on the interoperability as well. These projects seem to have chosen their main focus at the right time. Bitfinex’s Paolo Ardoino predicted that the cross-chain value transfers will be critical once the number of digital assets increases in 2020.
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