Tatum, an open-source blockchain middleware unifying multiple blockchains into one simple interface, has announced that its Tatum Private Ledger now supports Binance Smart Chain (BSC).
BSC is a full-fledged environment for developing high-performance decentralized applications. Tatum recently launched support for the blockchain itself in its API and has now made it possible to use BSC inside its private ledger.
Tatum Ledger is a database that can work on top of blockchains or even without any blockchain at all. Through providing a layer of abstraction, it allows developers to test solutions before going live and to perform ledger-to-ledger transactions off-chain to avoid expensive fees and crawling blockchain transaction times.
Now that Tatum Ledger supports BSC, developers can leverage the best of both worlds: both BSC’s high-performance decentralized app-building capabilities, and Tatum Ledger’s unique abstraction and off-chain functionality. Developers can build an entire application for BSC within the ledger, test, optimize it, and go live on BSC in an instant.
The Tatum Private Ledger emulates blockchain functionalities, it is the first choice for companies or developers who are not yet ready to go live with a blockchain app. It allows them to play around and test it offline until it is ready, at which point it’s only a matter of configuration to swap between the private ledger and blockchain implementation.