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The First Microservices-Driven Blockchain Serves Up Enterprise-Grade Solutions Amid Warming Cryptocurrency Market
NULS deploys a new tool for an old problem in blockchain development.
This may be the first you’ve heard of the small, Singapore-based project that launched its 1.0 mainnet in July of 2018. In 2017, while the cryptocurrency market was a minefield of hyperbole projects, NULS developers began work on their second blockchain project. Many of the bloated ICO startups and marketing gimmicks parading themselves as blockchains would never make it to the warm promise of Spring 2019. The bear devoured projects in 2018 as regulation further culled the herd of scams, and failed start-ups.
Throughout the crypto-winter NULS silently developed their blockchain and after the successful mainnet launch, immediately began to redesign the architecture to an improved version, NULS 2.0, scheduled for beta release this summer. The dedicated technical team of developers well-known in China and rumored to have connections to the Elephant Alliance, focused on creating a truly modular architecture featuring hot pluggability and a module repository; a marketplace for enterprises to shop for modules that integrate existing software systems with the blockchain.
Over the past week, investors have been popping up like groundhogs seeking final confirmation that the bottom is in, and the crypto spring has arrived. The alpha testing for NULS 2.0 began in March and while the global team began hosting developer workshops in Silicon Valley, the release of 2.0 alpha heralded the beginning of a rally that would bring NULS into the top 100 projects ranked by market cap, doubling its price in just one week in April. NULS has planted itself firmly in the space with a blooming microservices-based ecosystem that will propel the industry forward.
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