The first china’s national blockchain network, the Blockchain Service Network (BSN), has officially launched a global website. The new English version of the BSN Global website, launched on August 10, aims at helping to attract global developers to the initiative.
According to the CEO of Red Date Technologies, He Yifan, the new global website will enable international developers to access BSN services and public services through the site. Red Date Tech is a Chinese Firm, one of the founding members of the Blockchain-based Service Network.
Chinese national blockchain network ramping up global expansion
Moreover, Blockchain Service Network now hallmarks live consolidation of six public blockchains as part of its global expansion initiative. The public blockchain networks featured in Blockchain-based Service Network include Ethereum, Tezos, EOS, IRISnet, Nervous and NEO. The integration of these chains allows developers to create DApps, operate nodes via data storage and bandwidth at foreign BSN data centers.
BSN is excited to announce the six public chains that will be integrated at the launch of the redesigned BSN International Portal @ethereum @block_one_ @tezos @NervosNetwork @Neo_Blockchain @irisnetwork @IRITAchain @chainlink @dfuseio https://t.co/CGtw2azbaQ
— BSN (@bsnbase) July 21, 2020
The new global website suggests that BSN is preparing to deploy the “Interchain Communication Hub “through the IRITA Interchain Service Center and the Chainlink Blockchain Network later in October of this year.
In addition, the new BSN website reveals several high-profile international tech and blockchain companies as partners with BSN. The companies listed as partners include Amazon Web Services, Google as cloud service providers, while Hyperledger is outlined as a blockchain supply partner. According to Yifan, BSN has great support from a number of high-profile cloud service providers because the idea and vision of the blockchain initiative are appealing.
Blockchain-based Service Network aims to integrate 100 public chains
The state-backed BSN network aims to avail tools for developing blockchain applications to developers, acting as a blockchain hosting hub for small enterprises and businesses. The network has already had a substantial effect since its official launch back in April, with more than 6,000 registered users.
The majority of the users of the Chinese national blockchain network are government agencies, enterprises and people living in China. According to a report by Bloomberg last month, the BSN is determined to integrate over 100 public chains in 2020. The network currently has just six public chains integrated.