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Organizations are confronted with the issue of implementing this distinctive innovation within their social infrastructures in a manner which improves rather than deviates from the entire consumer engagement as enhanced and virtual world proceeds to grow. Through hardware and programming to comprehensive IT solutions including cybersecurity, storage, flexible platform, and virtual engagement, we provide a wide spectrum of goods and capabilities.

Private and public blockchains

Business models with many transactions per second or very few transactions can be met by developing public and private blockchain systems. The systems we deliver are customized to meet your business requirements immediately.

dApps (decentralized apps)

Decentralized applications that are tailored to the requirements of businesses are developed and integrated with existing enterprise systems, enabling businesses to set up a protected, secure environment for collaboration and business transactions.

Enhance security

With the peer-to-peer nature of blockchain, we create breaches-resistant applications, managing sensitive data internally and externally, for preventing fraud and cyber attacks.

Software for Blockchain Wallets & Exchanges

The Blockchain Wallet & Exchange Software developed by us supports trading blockchain tokens and multiple cryptocurrencies, generating private keys automatically, and participating in Initial Coin Offerings (ICO), Security Token Offerings (STO), and Digital Security Offerings (DSO).

Software for mining cryptocurrency

By working with existing cryptocurrency mining software to include Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), we can accelerate transaction confirmations; in addition, we can design decentralized networks for mining pools, develop miner performance dashboards, and design architectural solutions for mining farms.

The Working of Blockchain Technology

Establish a problem and a goal

To understand the problem, it is essential to define it. The first step is to make sure you know what all problems the proposed solution is supposed to solve. Do your homework and determine whether investing time and effort in the blockchain will benefit your business capabilities. The blockchain network also allows you to migrate your current application without having to start from scratch. You need to determine if your idea requires blockchain in order to determine if you can use blockchain for the implementation.

Determine which platform is suitable for blockchain

To create a decentralized application, you need a blockchain platform. That way, you do not have to create your own blockchain from scratch. You need a blockchain platform to solve the problem you intend to solve and the consensus mechanism.

Ideation for a blockchain

You can brainstorm business requirements and ideas for the application once you have identified the problem and the blockchain platform to build it on. As part of the blockchain development process, this step involves evaluating, formulating, and prioritizing use cases for blockchain experimental use. Choose which business entities should be added to the on-chain and off-chain chains. Prepare the product roadmap, i.e. when will the alpha, beta, and ready-to-launch versions be released.

Demonstrating the concept

Proofs-of-concept show the potential of a blockchain project by demonstrating a potentially working, theoretical model or prototype. As part of your PoC, you should go through the following stages to demonstrate the project's feasibility:
-Theoretical Build-up
- Prototype

When a software application is not yet tested formally, it is considered in the pre-alpha stage.

Blockchain Development Platforms we work on


Today, Ethereum is still the most popular smart contract system among developers, having been released in 2011. A platform for smart contracts and ICOs has gone live, allowing companies to deploy their own applications through the platform. Vitalik Buterin, the creator of Ethereum, sought an alternative to Bitcoin developers, who rejected his idea about implementing application development capabilities on the platform. Since Ethereum gained traction and significant investments through its first-mover advantage, the platform has attracted the attention of high-profile enterprise players, including Intel and Samsung. Ethereum offers smart contract platforms with standardization, security, and support as the most obvious benefits. Deploying smart contracts and Dapps on the platform has proven relatively straightforward due to its eloquently written rules, clearly defined development guidelines, and Solidity coding language. In addition to its developer count, Ethereum has the most vigorous and responsive development community among all smart contract platforms (*200,000).


The development team behind Polkadot was headed by Ethereum co-founder and Solidity creator Gavin Wood. The fact that various platforms are interconnected instead of being a traditional blockchain is what distinguishes it from most blockchain projects. In order for parachains and parathreads to communicate with one another, the Relay Chain plays an integral role. Polkadot is particularly appealing due to its parachains, which enable developers to build their own blockchains with custom governance models. In addition, Polkadot features parallel processing of transactions using parachains as shards, which enables unprecedented scalability. A connected parachain to an external blockchain like Ethereum is also included in the Polkadot network. Software development kit (SDK) and preconfigured templates are among Polkadot's features that appeal to developers, as well as its support for many popular languages such as JavaScript. Polkadot has an ecosystem of various protocols, parachains, and bridges connected to a blockchain which displays interoperability. Polkadot, however, has yet to grow to its potential. Many Ethereum developers are going to be attracted to Moonbeam alone. Polkadot provides an interoperable framework that may play a key role in enabling large-scale adoption of smart contracts; we believe it is among the strongest competitors to Ethereum.

Hyperledger Fabric

Among the 30 co-founding corporate members are IBM, J.P. Morgan, Cisco, Intel, and others. Hyperledger commenced operations in 2015 with support from the Linux Foundation. A permissioned blockchain, such as Hyperledger Fabric, requires authentication and makes participants' identities known. Companies working with sensitive data needing to comply with data protection laws, like the GDPR, are especially attracted to Hyperledger. A vital aspect of Hyperledger Fabric's vision was trust, confidentiality, and security. It was originally designed for enterprise use. By creating private channels, users can have access to transaction data only from selected network members. A hardware-based security model for identity management is provided as a part of the platform, which ensures the highest level of enterprise cybersecurity.


On-chain governance and self-amendments provide Tezos with a solution to avoiding hard forks. As such, protocols can automatically be upgraded through consensus in case a specific improvement is approved by a consensus of stakeholders. A platform built in this manner can grow organically since developers participate in it because they are encouraged to do so. The Proof of Work mechanism is not used to achieve distributed consensus in Tezos, as the Proof of Stake mechanism is. Tezos uses delegates instead of miners because they tend to consume an enormous amount of power when publishing a new block. Approximately half of all delegates consolidate nodes into blocks, while the other half validates the blocks. From a pool of network members with at least 10,000 XTZ, members are randomly selected. A consensus mechanism such as this requires less computing power and allows for more transactions than mining. The platform's formal verification feature, which ensures that smart contracts execute exactly as intended, makes Tezos smart contracts among the most secure in the industry. The audit process is conducted before every smart contract is deployed.


The original founder of Stellar, Jed McCaleb, is also one of the Ripple founders. He launched the company in 2014. ICO, simple escrow contracts and basic smart contract usage are the only smart contract use cases suitable for this platform that are non-Turing complete. Stellar, however, offers a very narrow scope, making it a good platform for exchanging currencies. Stellar's smart contract platform excels in speed, cost-effectiveness, and security on these grounds. No other platform compares to Stellar in these aspects. There is no Stellar smart contract language nor virtual machine to run the code, as there is for Ethereum and Tezos. Most programming languages can be used to program the platform's smart contracts, which makes it a very usable solution for developers of all levels. With Stellar's smart contracts, execution is controlled by multisignature, batching, time constraints, and more. The bottom line is that Stellar can be an ideal option for any organization looking for a simple yet effective smart contract solution.


In 2017, Intel, Dropbox, and Qualcomm tapped a group of top software engineers to create Solana. Platforms that support smart contracts of the newest generation address scaling issues, as well. In addition to achieving 65,000 transactions every second, Solana has achieved a record-breaking feat. The key to ensuring such high throughput is the Proof of History (PoH) consensus mechanism. In contrast to blocks of transactions, each transaction belongs to its own block and is input for subsequent transactions. Because of Solana's unparalleled scalability and transaction speed, it is ideal for large decentralized exchanges, blockchain applications, and nearly any other application that needs consistent performance regardless of the strength of the traffic on the network.

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