The Quantum-resistant blockchain platform – QAN – will launch its cloud deployment service, via which developers can reach platforms like Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure. The new option will be available from the end of 2021.
QANplatform Vows to Cut The Deployment Time
Through a new cloud deployment feature on its network, users of the Estonian-based blockchain platform – QANplatform – would be able to extend the QAN private DLT to cloud platforms such as Amazon AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, Linode, and DigitalOcean in no longer than 5 minutes.
Per the announcement shared with CryptoPotato, QANplatform would be the first in its field to automate this function to such major platforms. As a result, DevOps engineers and developers would be capable of building quantum-resistant smart contracts, DeFi solutions, tokens, DApps, and NFTs at a reduced deployment time by 80%.
Johann Polecsak – Co-Founder and CTO of QANplatform – praised the future initiative. He said his blockchain project aims to lower the entry barrier for the developer community so it can “build Proofs-of-Concept (PoC) and Minimum Viable Products (MVP) as fast as possible to reach mass adoption.”
“QAN blockchain platform solves this issue by building integrations to existing and widely used and loved programming languages (Rust, Go), DevOps technologies (Docker, Kubernetes) and Cloud Platforms like Amazon AWS or Microsoft Azure.” – Polecsak added.
The cloud platform deployment feature would start with the QANplatform TestNet release. It would be available for developers by the end of the ongoing year as they can pre-register for it.
QAN Raised Over $2M to Build DeFi Ecosystem
In May this year, QANplatform caught the attention of the crypto community with another initiative. Back then, the blockchain project announced a fundraise of $2.1M from companies like Fairum Ventures, BlackDragon, DeltaHub Capital, and Insignius Capital. With it, QANplatform aimed to develop an ecosystem where users would be capable of building various software applications within DeFi quicker.
Max Mucko – Partner at BlackDragon – commented on the move:
“We are glad to contribute to this investment round and support QANplatform’s future growth. We see a lot of potentials not only because of the quantum-resistant cybersecurity but also for QAN’s other IPs like Proof-of-Randomness (PoR) consensus algorithm, rapid cloud platform deployment, or the upcoming multi-language smart contract development feature.”
The funding focused on three strategic areas: product development, liquidity providing on exchanges, and marketing.