ARK.io, a leading blockchain technology provider, announced on 30 July that its blockchain technology has been selected to power the nOS virtual operating system.
ARK headlined that by adopting ARK’s flexible blockchain technology as a foundation, nOS was able to deliver a truly decentralized platform for users. ARK further added how the nOS virtual operating system (OS), provides web apps with a powerful solution to implement new and innovative business models. The OS would also feature a decentralized app store and would launch its public blockchain testnet utilizing ARK’s blockchain technology.
nOS founder Dean van Dugteren added –
“As nOS evolves, it was important for us to find a flexible framework that does not require us to reinvent the wheel with concepts such as state management and consensus logic. After much research and experimentation, we found ARK to be the perfect solution for nOS. It’s written entirely in Typescript, it’s modular, comes with a DPOS consensus model, and the project is very actively maintained by a smart, passionate, and supportive team. ARK enables projects like nOS to build their blockchain with ease. You can program your own transaction types, storage and wallet logic, and much more. It’s essentially as easy as building a centralized app. Those are just a handful of the many reasons why we’re excited to build on ARK and work with the ARK team.”
ARK touched upon some technical details stating that originally issued as a NEO NEP-5 smart contract token, nOS searched for a blockchain framework solution. Such a solution had to provide modularity, scalability, speed, and ease of development before going for ARK.
Cube System, blockchain research and development platform announced that its new Cube Chain based public blockchain has launched. Cube System commenced by informing that Cube Chain is a singular blockchain ecosystem that works on self-developed technology leading to the formation of cubes. The blockchain R&D platform further added that the cubing process combines 27 blocks at a time. Ultimately, a cube is formed with 24 data blocks containing transaction ledger histories.
ARK wound up by touching upon its technical engagements. ARK noted that it was an open-source blockchain platform that empowered everyone, regardless of their aim or technical background. Such personnel could quickly and easily leverage blockchain technology. ARK enables individuals, enterprises, and communities to apply blockchain technology as a foundation for their own projects. ARK offers technology stacks and tools to easily create or deploy blockchains.