YAO Network Launches Open Blockchain Infrastructure Platform

The next-generation public infrastructure is based on BaaS 3.0 design concept.

SINGAPORE, May 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — YAO Network (https://yao.dev), a universal wing of the future decentralized ecosystem, is launching an open blockchain infrastructure platform based on BaaS 3.0 (blockchain-as-a-service) design concept. The network’s architecture makes it easy for enterprises and developers to design, build, and deploy their own blockchain applications in the cloud environment.

“Our goal is to build an open blockchain infrastructure platform from which tech communities and developers can better serve commercial applications,” says Walter Komarek, cofounder. “The approach creates triple-win outcomes.”

Obstacles to Progress

The demand from different blockchain players continues to grow. There are current weaknesses pertaining to the performance of fundamental technology, commercial applications, and supporting infrastructure for communities. There are issues with performance, scalability, security, and privacy that have hindered the development of blockchain tech.

The scarcity of development toolkits and learning platforms prevent wider and deeper penetration of the tech. Moreover, developers often lack knowledge of traditional industries. These create challenges in exporting a community’s technology and building a functional ecosystem.

BaaS 3.0 (Blockchain-as-a-Service)

Blockchain-as-a-Service is technology that enables clients to use cloud infrastructure to create, host, and utilize their own blockchain solutions. BaaS enables organizations to deploy supplier services to create and access decentralized applications (dApps).

YAO Network is based on the design concept of BaaS 3.0. Through a blameless governance system and incentive mechanism, the network aims to continuously nurture new blockchain projects, as well as, build a platform of multiple blockchain networks that integrate cloud and decentralized computing.

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