Webinar

B2B Communications Layer Upgrades

Learn how enterprise blockchain is transforming legacy B2B back office systems from Nick Gaski.

Our off-chain communications layer has had a big upgrade this month, with brand new user experiences for both App to App Messaging and Document Exchange. The upgrades aren’t just skin deep, with new monitoring dashboards and APIs, as well as additional deployment t-shirt sizes for large documents and high volume transfers.

Enterprise Decentralized applications (DApps) have a fundamentally different architecture and design to traditional applications. With the shared ledger of Blockchain at their core, they communicate on-chain and off-chain between multiple participants to orchestrate end-to-end decentralized business transactions and capture some data as immutable proofs.

They build on core Blockchain programming constructs like 'tokens' to link assets and data from external systems to a unique 'hashes' on-chain. Actions and data are pinned to organizational identities, sometimes masked for privacy, which can be traced back to real business entities permissioned into the Business network.

What We Cover

  • App to App Messaging and Document Exchange
  • ‍Product Updates
Webinar

B2B Communications Layer Upgrades

Learn how enterprise blockchain is transforming legacy B2B back office systems from Nick Gaski.

Our off-chain communications layer has had a big upgrade this month, with brand new user experiences for both App to App Messaging and Document Exchange. The upgrades aren’t just skin deep, with new monitoring dashboards and APIs, as well as additional deployment t-shirt sizes for large documents and high volume transfers.

Enterprise Decentralized applications (DApps) have a fundamentally different architecture and design to traditional applications. With the shared ledger of Blockchain at their core, they communicate on-chain and off-chain between multiple participants to orchestrate end-to-end decentralized business transactions and capture some data as immutable proofs.

They build on core Blockchain programming constructs like 'tokens' to link assets and data from external systems to a unique 'hashes' on-chain. Actions and data are pinned to organizational identities, sometimes masked for privacy, which can be traced back to real business entities permissioned into the Business network.

What We Cover

  • App to App Messaging and Document Exchange
  • ‍Product Updates

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