Blockchain Is Alive and Well!

In the last few months, you’ve seen a lot of articles on the quick rise and death of Blockchain. Much of this can be attributed to the recent cryptocurrency crash and a few proofs of concepts that haven’t quite lived up to the expectations of their developers. Despite what you may have read Distributed Ledger Technologies like Blockchain are alive and well, and are still primed to be pushing into our business processes and everyday lives as consumers, for the better.

You probably have already seen and heard a lot on the expected potential of Blockchain and other DLTs so you don’t need to hear more about that. However, if you are excited about the possibilities of the technology your next step should be to prepare yourself for building DLT solutions and Decentralized Applications.

Familiarizing yourself with the intricacies of these newer technologies and architectures can help to give you a leg up on the competition, but it can be complicated. You could start from scratch, scour the web for information, and take time to learn new program languages just to get started, or you can take your existing skills and jump right in. This was the reason TxMQ DTG created the Aviator platform.

Start Building Your DApp Today The Easy Way.

Aviator enables developers to build now, using existing tools and languages commonly used in enterprise application development. Aviator provides a number of features including smart contract engines in multiple languages, data connectors, developer tooling, and DLT network management capabilities.

Whether you’re building for your company or for your own personal brand, it’s now easier than ever to get started. If you understand the benefits of Blockchain, then you are ready to choose your first use-case and take that next step to build your fist DApp.

Like many of our partners, we are true believers in open source technology, so we’ve made our core framework available free for download on Git Hub to help get you started. If you’re interested in learning more about the Aviator Core Framework, or just want to start coding, head on over to our Git Hub page and download the Core today. You’ll find the link below.

Of course, feel free to reach out anytime if you have any questions or would like to further explore the possibilities of building on the Aviator Platform. 

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