Global Brain, one of the biggest VC firms in the tiny country of Japan has just agreed to a partnership with Zilliqua. Zilliqua is a highly anticipated blockchain development firm that is said to be creating a platform that is highspeed. The blockchain platform is currently being developed in Singapore.
It was recently in Tokyo that the blockchain platform based on technology of sharing, made a definite announcement, agreeing to it’s partnership with Global Brain Labs. The block chain portion of GB, which is also one of the largest venture capital firms in Japan is likely to help accelerate their movement. Ziliqua will also be a member of the Global Brain Alliance Forum in 2017. The alliance forum will be held in Tokyo on December 8th.
They are excited to see what an organization like Global Brain Labs can do when partnered with Ziliqiqua. When partnered, the two companies contain one amazing team, made of exceptional techies and advisors as well as strategic business geniuses. They are confident that the technology they create will be very successful as a blockchain superior in the coming months.
GB Blockchain Labs, has also announced they will house a community driven blockchain ecosystem. And that it will be based on GB which is one of the largest VC firms in Japan. The partnership between the two companies shows their commitment to helping promising blockchain companies.
Zilliqua is easily one of the most promising technology companies that will likely have a massive impact on the blockchain world in the near future. They are looking forward to working together and GB is excited to help provide guidance to their momentum from here on out.
Ziliqua’s core technology originates from research that has previously been done at the National University of Singapore to help solve the scalability issue that blockchains are currently facing. It’s one of the most pressing issues they claim they are facing in the tech industry to date. This new platform being developed however, it based on technology of sharding that was first proposed in an academic paper back in 2015.
Ziliqua has already developed a platform that is working when it comes to testing. They have recently announced that their internal testnet has reached a peak throughput of nearly 2,488 transactions per second. From this perspective, if the platform was already completely operational on the same number of computer nodes as Ethereum, their rate would actually skyrocket to more than 15,000 transactions per second. That is almost double that of the average VISA, which is easily the biggest payment system in the world.