Microsoft’s new addition to Blockchain-as-a-Service to improve its utility for enterprises

Microsoft recently introduced Enterprise Smart Contracts to make it easier for enterprises to build powerful blockchain applications. Two years back, the company launched Azure “Blockchain-as-a-Service.” The goal was to give developers an environment to build useful apps using blockchain. Blockchain is a technology that stores bitcoin or other cryptocurrency transactions and acts as a digital ledger. It interests the banking and finance sectors, who can use it for secure and private transactions. Since the launch of Blockchain as a service, Microsoft was trying to understand what else customers needed to build applications. In a blog, Marley Gray, Principal Program Manager, Azure Blockchain Engineering said, “Our customers and partners often say to us – Ok, you’ve made it easy for me...

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