Credits Launches Beta Version Of Blockchain Platform-As-A-Service
Credits, the blockchain infrastructure provider, today announced the launch of the public beta test version of its new Blockchain Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) at Money 20/20.
“Credits is available to application developers and service builders through our global Platform-as-a-Service. Credits’ PaaS provides convenience, flexibility, and requires less time and effort for implementation, reducing both cost and time to value”, the website reads.
The beta version is fully functional and will enable early adopters to use the full range of development tools and capabilities for free to create their own blockchain applications. Credits offers a range of free to full enterprise access levels and different hosting options.
Credits is offering free as well as paid options to users to access the platform. Users can select the fee structure best suited for their requirement. The full enterprise level provides faster access to Credits’ ongoing functionality enhancements, allowing clients to enter new markets quickly and with marginal additional capital expenditure.
“Credits’ PaaS is specifically designed for developers allowing them to launch a “Blockchain in 3-steps”, without the need to learn a new programming language. Any developer with basic coding skills will immediately be able to start creating their own robust blockchains”, said Nick Williamson, Founder and CEO of Credits. “We are opening up our beta version to the public because there is no better way to test and prove performance than to have the platform used in real life situations.”
Credits’ platform addresses the challenges of establishing provenance, authentication and reconciliation faced by many industries, as it is interoperable, customizable, enterprise-ready and easy to use.
“We encourage developers to take advantage of our free service, and to give us their feedback. We are excited to see the innovative applications that different users will come up with using the Credits platform.”
Credits has been working in direct partnership with the Isle of Man Government on several use cases. It believes that numerous government services can benefit directly from blockchain technology, and its ability to demonstrate this has been attracting other government and institutional interest.