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We’re excited to announce that IRISnet, an interchain blockchain protocol whose core development team includes Bianjie (a national award-winning blockchain technology team based in Shanghai), has been selected as a recipient of a blockchain integration grant as part of the Chainlink Community Grant Program. IRISnet is receiving a grant to complete a native integration of Chainlink on China's Blockchain Services Network (BSN), enabling governments and enterprises in China and throughout the world to incorporate validated real-world data into their BSN applications in a highly secure and reliable manner.
IRISnet is an interchain service hub for next-generation distributed applications, with a consortium blockchain product called IRITA. Built with Cosmos/IRIS-SDK, IRISnet enables cross-chain interoperability through a unified service model. IRISnet’s core development team Bianjie focuses on blockchain and big data-related product technology research and development, application platform construction, and solution consulting.
BSN is a cross-cloud, cross-portal, and cross-framework global public infrastructure network used to deploy and operate all types of blockchain-based distributed applications (dApps). Its blockchain infrastructure service layer is designed to be a one-stop-shop for companies to access low-cost blockchain cloud computing services. It’s supported by major Chinese entities and corporations, and its founding consortia partners include China’s State Information Center, China Mobile, China UnionPay, and Red Date Technologies.
The integration will involve multiple technologies and parties, including Chainlink for its oracle technology, IRISnet’s IRITA as a permissioned interchain hub, SNZ Pool operated Chainlink nodes for oracle service operators, and BSN as the base layer for hosting the ...
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