China’s blockchain service network launches international website

China’s Blockchain Services Network (BSN), the national blockchain project, has just launched an official international website.

Launched on August 10, the new BSN website aims to help attract global developers to the project.

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He Yifan, CEO of Red Date Technology, a local private company and founding member of BSN, told Cointelegraph that the new website allows developers to use BSN’s services and the public broadcaster’s services through the portal.

As part of the new global effort, BSN now features live integration of six public broadcasters, including Ethereum, EOS, Nervos, Tezos, NEO and IRISnet. This allows developers to build decentralized applications (DApps) and run nodes via data storage and bandwidth in BSN’s offshore data centers.

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According to the website, the BSN project plans to launch the so-called „Interchain Communication Hub“ through IRITA’s Interchain Service Center and Chainlink decentralized network in October 2020.

In addition, the new website features several of the world’s leading Immediate Edge technology and blockchain companies as partners of BSN. Google and Amazon Web Services are listed as cloud service providers, while Hyperledger is listed as an authorized blockchain network provider. „We have good support from several major cloud service providers because they really like the idea and the vision of BSN,“ he said.

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First piloted in October 2019, China’s BSN is a government-backed blockchain initiative that was initially positioned to help small and medium businesses build and deploy blockchain applications on enabled platforms. The program was officially launched in April 2020 for worldwide commercial use.