Squeezer SQZ ICO: Blockchain Dapps Software Development?

Squeezer is a platform that enables software developers to build apps easily without tackling the entire blockchain infrastructure. It is also a powerful tool to provide high-quality blockchain software components to the large enterprise organizations.

In short, Squeezer is the world's first software development platform that's blockchain oriented. Token presale starts in about 4 days. You can register to be part of this interesting community.

The Power Of Blockchain?

Over the last few years, blockchain technology has been receiving significant attention from different niches such as soft developers, entrepreneurs, investors, governments, retailers and much more. The total cryptocurrency market capital reached more than 200 billion US dollars in capital, which by the way, is almost 5 percent of the global cash money mass.

However, there is another important aspect of the blockchain in addition to the cryptocurrency—that of creating secure applications that store data on the blockchain cluster.

This decentralized blockchain system is going to change your life from the way you transact business or manage assets, to the way you use your machines, vote, rent a car, and even prove who you are. Along the way, it will transform banks and other financial institutions, hospitals, companies, and governments among others.

Why Blockchain in App Development?

As in all cases, the blockchain ledger provides security to this Internet of Things (IoT). With billions of devices linked together, cybersecurity experts worry how to make sure this distributed information stays secure. What can companies do to protect their systems from criminal invasion?

  • How can inventors shield their ideas?
  • How should governments protect their secret information from spies and potential terrorists?

Then, there is the problem of how to organize and analyze this massive amount of data that comes from these related devices. With these concerns in mind, enter the blockchain ledger system that ensures that information is only accepted and released to trusted parties. The ledger grants parties a management platform for analyzing the vast amounts of data.

Solution by Squeezer SQZ


Essentially, micro-service architecture is a method of developing software applications as a suite of independently deployable, small, modular services in which each service runs a unique process and communicates through a well-defined, lightweight mechanism to serve a business goal.

Top clouds already implemented platforms where you can deploy auto scalable code pieces. Among the micro-services platforms are AWS Lambda, Google Functions, Azure Functions and more. Combining the power of micro-services scalability with blockchain, the result is a fine-tuned stack that is empowered to support most of the enterprise organizations, at any level.

Squeezer Framework:

The Squeezer framework that currently operates successfully on large Web and API projects that scales and expands as micro-services. To make it work with the blockchain, the platform needs connectors to make a micro-service to trigger a specific blockchain action.

Building bulletproof and reliable connectors that can process any blockchain data size or any number of requests in reasonable timeframe is not an easy task because of the blockchain size, variety, and number of blocks. However, Squeezer developers know that is achievable with the right numbers of resources assigned to do this job.

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