The IBM Blockchain is a hot topic these days. No doubt, blockchain technology is an ingenious invention which allows digital information to be distributed without allowing to it to be copied or modified. Though it was invented by Satoshi Nakamoto in its initial form but uptill now it has evolved itself into a digital giant. That’s why every person somehow related to the internet technology has asked the question:
What is blockchain?
In short, blockchain is the backbone of a new kind of internet technology. In its original form, blockchain was being devised specifically for the cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. It is also known as the distributed ledger technology as it maintains a flawless record of digital transactions. Due to its credibility, blockchain has also been used by the tech community in various other ways. Furthermore, IBM Blockchain technology is a much more refined form of this digital platform.
As we all know, IBM is on the top of the list as it has been working with Blockchain technology since 2015. The credit of bringing blockchain to mainstream also goes to IBM. It was in 2016, when IBM started to use Blockchain technology in their own company.
And now IBM has presented the concept of an affordable Blockchain Starter Plan especially designed for small scale businesses.
IBM’s business blockchain network
At an initial stage a beta version of Blockchain Starter Plan will be launched in order to facilitate the use of Blockchain in all sorts of businesses. For that purpose, in 2016 IBM launched a test Blockchain program in partnership with Walmart.
This starter plan will be free for the duration of its beta version. After completion of the beta version duration a 30-day free trial will be offered once the plan becomes applicable in its full form.
How will all this work?
To be precise, business blockchain network uses the so called distributed ledger technology in order to make sure a secure transfer of business assets inside that network. The beauty of this process is that these assets can be both in physical or digital form. Members of this network would use a concord mechanism instead of depending upon a bank or other such institute for the validation of their transactions. It will automatically not only improve the processing speed of transactions but will also become the first step towards transparency across the business network.
According to Marie Wieck, the general manager of IBM Blockchain, the company currently has over 250 active blockchain networks. She further stated that this new plan will suit pilot projects and will be perfect for those who want to build solutions on the IBM blockchain platform.