SIMBA Chain launches SIMBA blocks to facilitate building on the blockchain

SIMBA Chain, the leading provider of blockchain enterprise solutions, has launched its new blockchain cloud service, SIMBA Blocks.

The intuitive platform allows organizations to interact with familiar Web2 interfaces while leveraging the decentralized Web3 infrastructure and all its benefits, including transparency, accountability, and oversight.

From supply chain management to building NFT marketplaces, SIMBA Blocks allows anyone to seamlessly integrate blockchain solutions into their projects.

To simplify the integration of blockchain solutions into traditional organizations, SIMBA Blocks provides a user-friendly web interface for efficient monitoring and administration.

The cloud services platform also offers drag-and-drop smart contract development that enables developers, universities, enterprises, and other organizations to quickly and efficiently build Web3 solutions.

Data models created by the smart contract designer are made viewable by GraphQL directly in the SIMBA Blocks user interface.

Users can seamlessly migrate between different blockchain protocols, keeping them agile and adaptable to project changes. This flexibility ensures that customers can always choose the best solution for their unique needs.

Additionally, by automatically generating virtual REST APIs connected to smart contracts, SIMBA Blocks seamlessly converts all API requests into blockchain transactions.

These REST APIs support both public and private blockchain deployments and can communicate with different protocols to facilitate powerful integrations.

Already used by entities such as the US Air Force and the National Institute of Standards and Technology, SIMBA Blocks provides solution-specific modules optimized for multiple use cases, including tokenization, NFTs, and data management. Supply Chain.

Additionally, SIMBA’s underlying infrastructure distributes network activity across multiple nodes to manage network congestion, ensuring that customer transactions are always successful.

Basically, organizations can use the cloud service to easily deploy blockchain applications without spending a lot of time or money on external consultants or experts.

Its intuitive, user-friendly design and robust features allow Web2 businesses to integrate blockchain technologies without going through a restrictive and costly development process.

“SIMBA Blocks makes building Web3 applications easier, faster and cheaper. Instead of the process taking months or even years before production can begin, brands can deploy blockchain solutions in days or weeks.

Additionally, with its built-in security and monitoring features, SIMBA Blocks allows users to integrate both Web2 and Web3 applications to maximize software use cases,” says Bryan Ritchie, CEO of SIMBA Chain. .

In addition to the currently supported Polygon, Ethereum, and ConsenSys Quorum blockchains, SIMBA Blocks will expand to support more protocols and SDKs as part of its roadmap.

About SIMBA Channel

SIMBA chain (short for Simple Blockchain Applications) has simplified the development of blockchain applications by removing the complexities involved and making the technology accessible to everyone, regardless of their blockchain know-how.

The platform automatically generates APIs that support both public and private blockchains and is designed for any developer to adopt via easy drag-and-drop smart contract creation.

Incubated at the University of Notre Dame, SIMBA Chain enables customers to deploy blockchain applications without spending huge amounts of time and resources to hire consultants or technical experts.

By using SIMBA Chain’s cloud platform, all developers, companies and universities, among others, can easily create Web 3.0 solutions.

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