NULS ChainBox Speeds Up Ubiquitous Access to Blockchain

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Gone are the days when blockchain could be developed by a select group of programmers who were the only ones to understand all the intricacies of a technology whose concept has always seemed more complicated than it is. Today, even though blockchain developers are still in high demand, it would be inaccurate to say that there is a shortage of experts.

The best way to learn how a blockchain works is to build one. You can do it even if you have basic programming knowledge. Thanks to ChainBox, a tool offered by NULS, one can easily develop and test blockchain networks and applications. The solution is ideal for those who want to jump-start their blockchain developer career or business requiring quick and adaptable blockchain applications without the need to create the entire architecture from scratch.

For the sake of context, NULS is an open-source blockchain that provides business solutions for developers. It has a modular architecture that enables enterprises, individuals and other entities to build new chains using ready-made parts. The adaptive platform features smart contracts, microservices, cross-chain interoperability, and instant chain-building.

What Is ChainBox?

ChainBox is an out-of-the-box solution that enables developers to build new chains without having direct blockchain experience. NULS users can build and use the solution for free.

ChainBox is one of NULS’ flagship products. NULS uses ChainBox for its own development, and attributes it’s modular design to their time-to-market success. Along with Chain Factory — that utilizes the components of ChainBox to build a tailored finished blockchain solution — and POCM (Proof of Credit Mining) — a platform that enables projects to create self-funding opportunities and distribute their own tokens on the NULS production blockchain.

As for ChainBox, it enables users to build a blockchain development platform to create new blockchain functions or a blockchain application by creating and merging six basic ingredients for ...

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