Blockchain network development
Our experienced team of blockchain engineers can seamlessly facilitate your vision into a transformative reality, whether you choose to fork an existing blockchain or initiate a ground-up development of a Layer 1 blockchain.
Blockchain networks are about to revolutionize every aspect of our world.
Empower yourself to shape the world by building your blockchain network. Partner with us to leverage our technical expertise, extensive domain knowledge, and wealth of experience. Together, we can create a harmonious duet to accelerate your Layer 1 blockchain project, transforming the way the world operates.
Our team can
Create new blockchain experience through existing blockchains forking
Ethereum is one of the oldest and most popular blockchain platforms. Ethereum is more often used as a platform to create smart contracts as well as DeFi, DAO, and NFT projects. The latest switch from Proof of Work to Proof of Stake in 2022 boosted the platform’s capabilities.
Binance Smart Chain, a parallel chain to the Binance Chain, offers enhanced smart contract functionality and compatibility with the EVM. Its dual-chain architecture makes it a robust ecosystem for faster building of various dApps such as DAOs and DeFi projects and seamless asset trading.
Polygon is a compelling choice for businesses looking to provide their users with an enhanced and seamless experience, faster transaction speeds, and minimal transaction fees while enjoying the benefits of Ethereum-powered dApps.
The Avalanche network aims to tackle the scalability challenges faced by Ethereum. With a new version of Proof-of-Stake consensus, Avalanche achieves unprecedented finality and enables lightning-fast smart contract creation and massive throughput.
Near, a community-driven Proof of Stake (PoS) layer-1 blockchain, has gained popularity for its blazing-fast speed and user-friendly mechanisms. And its last move to BOS has highlighted its desire to provide the best user experience both for builders and users.
Designed as a seamless add-on to the existing Ethereum software, this blockchain aims to simplify the scalability of Ethereum applications. Optimism’s innovative EVM-identical infrastructure ensures smooth performance without any unexpected hurdles, with performance remaining consistent and reliable.
Arbitrum is a layer-2 project designed to enhance the speed and scalability of Ethereum smart contracts while incorporating advanced privacy features. With high EVM compatibility, it streamlines the execution of unmodified contracts and transactions and is bytecode-level compatible with EVM across various programming languages.
Leveraging BFT and PoS consensus, Aptos employs parallel transaction processing, sharding for horizontal scalability, advanced state synchronization, and a modular design to achieve unprecedented performance. This enables the creation of complex protocols that may be impossible or challenging to implement on EVM networks.
AirDAO is a Layer-1 ecosystem powered by the Ambrosus network. Utilizing a PoS consensus, this blockchain is becoming innovative and user-friendly for dApps, especially for DAOs and DEXes, giving them access through a single intuitive dashboard.
Sui is a Layer 1 proof-of-stake blockchain that combines smart contract capabilities with robust performance. Its distinguishing feature lays in largely unaffected stability, even in the presence of faulty validators. As it’s a relatively green chain, you can create blockchain tools for this network, as many of them are yet to be developed.
The validators (also known as miners) engage in a competition to solve a cryptographic puzzle using their computing power. The first miner to successfully solve the puzzle is rewarded for his efforts.
The validators participate in transaction verification by staking their coins in a designated wallet. The validator with the highest stake is chosen to create and add a new block to the blockchain. As a reward for the contribution, this validator receives transaction fees.
This approach is typically utilized in private networks, as it is characterized by a centralized nature, where a select group of approved accounts handpicked by administrators holds the authority to validate transactions.
The miners generate and store a list of all possible hashes in advance during the plotting process, saving them on a hard drive. More storage space increases a miner’s chances of winning the reward. PoC is energy-efficient compared to other consensus algorithms.
Every transaction is secured with a cryptographic confirmation of the user’s private key, and each identified user in the network can create and manage blocks of data that are shared with others.
Participants stake coins in a Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) system but do not personally validate transactions. Instead, they outsource this task to delegates responsible for achieving consensus as groups.
Byzantine Fault Tolerance is essential for maintaining the integrity of a decentralized, permissionless system. Without this consensus, malicious actors can spread false information, compromising the network’s reliability.
Pooling smaller tokens allows users to combine their assets. It increases their chances of earning a share of network transaction fees by leasing their coins to nodes involved in the validation process.
Our blockchain development expertise
That is how we work
This phase aims to bring everyone involved on the same page. Before starting Discovery, we get to know each other and define actual business needs and your personal expectations and how we can fit them.
The most important step is research. We don’t start coding at random; we conduct fundamental research and produce a comprehensive action plan to implement.
Still no development yet. After the research, we craft the product’s architecture and measurably think through the user flow. Only after designing the foundation can we move further.
Here is where the project appears. Blockchain engineers, Back-end and Front-end developers work in synergy to craft the best-in-class outcome.
No release is made without testing. We have a high-qualified QA team who test all the product peculiarities on testnet, devnet, and remote mainnet before going public.
We don’t launch projects and leave them. We are highly interested in projects’ success and continue to be involved in their growth by supporting products and developing new functionalities.
Tech stack we use
Ambrosus network was designed as an open-source Layer-1 blockchain ecosystem for supply chains, guaranteeing the traceability, quality, compliance, and appropriate handling of items that are tracked within the network.
One of the main challenges the client wanted to solve was to minimize company costs for using servers and developers’ tools. During our collaboration, we reduce the cost of servers from €68K to $400 monthly with the same performance and reliability.