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Stratis Using Microsoft Architecture To Simplify Blockchain

London-based project Stratis has unveiled plans to use Microsoft architecture to make blockchain easier for developers. The company recently became a member of the Microsoft Partnership Network.

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The company’s project includes sidechains, smart contracts, an ICO and STO platform, as well as use of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) to simplify transaction processing. All in a bid to make blockchain solutions mainstream, allowing developers the ability to use existing languages.

To that end, the technology leverages the recently released Stratis C# Full Node, the company’s innovative software whose codebase is built on the Microsoft .NET Core architecture. In other words, the familiar and well-populated .NET ecosystem.

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Chris Trew, Stratis CEO and founder, detailed this:

“Our recent deliveries of smart contracts and sidechains are very innovative, I believe we’re the first platform to have Turing-complete smart contracts in C#. In addition, we have witnessed the impact of deploying smart contracts on the mainchain with large adoption so we have specifically delivered our smart contract solution on a sidechain to avoid bloating and performance issues.”

This, obviously, brings along a number of benefits.

Primarily, the number of C# developers that are available to audit the code is far greater than other smart contract languages. This can ease the work of third-party developers, while also allowing them to improve the performance of the underlying blockchain.

Learn more about the Stratis platform here.

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