NEM Reveals 15 New Projects Built On NEM Blockchain At Consensus 2018
NEM Blockchain Projects Revealed At Consensus
The NEM.io Foundation is known for the creation of NEM, peer-to-peer blockchain, and other benefits on the platform. However, on May 15th, 2018, the company announced the addition of 15 new partners at Consensus that will help them build up their product line. One of the biggest changes is with Catapult’s beta launch, which is the most recent update to the platform. Catapult will power private networks with smart contract plugins. However, it will extend to the public network by the end of 2018. With these plugins, consumers can get better security and performance with their digital asset creation, decentralization, and business models, just to name a few areas.
To show off some of the new products that investors can take advantage of, NEM has even rented out an entire floor of the Sutton Space Pavilion. Some of the partners that the company exhibits will include:
- TechBureau / mijin
- Zeus Exchange
Kristof Van de Reck is presently the Interim President for NEM. He has said, “The vast array of our partner companies at Consensus highlights how NEM blockchain provides real, customizable solutions for a growing range of industry sectors.”
The Catapult Platform alone introduces an open-source blockchain for enterprises through Tech Bureau, which helps both the public and private networks, regardless of their size. The release of the platform comes after three years of planning, which includes both testing and constant upgrades to the original plan they had in place. There are multi-level and multi-signature account options offered, which are not presently a feature of any other blockchain in the world.
On these subjects, Van de Reck states: “Fueled by Catapult, NEM is the Swiss Army knife for enterprises adopting blockchain technology. Its powerful suite of components combined with ease of use and implementation, will accelerate enterprise blockchain adoption to serve the needs of the biggest technology businesses in the world, whether for electronic money systems, user authentication, land and property registration, logistics tracking, food traceability, or numerous other uses.”
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