Parity Technologies is launching a beta version of Substrate, a tool for creating custom blockchains for decentralized applications.
Parity Technologies is cracking a new tool by the name of Substrate.
Its purpose is to allow its users to create personalized blockchains for decentralized applications.
Parity had Substrate’s imminent release last October at the Web3 Summit in Berlin.
a first beta version
Substrate is now available in beta.
One of the goals of Parity was to make everything malleable so that developers have a tool that allows them to create whatever they really want.
It comes with an API that allows users to create their own consensus mechanism or use “most” of the existing algorithms.
Substrate is integrated with Polkadot, the company’s blockchain interoperability protocol.
For Gavin Wood, Ethereum Co-Founder and Founder of Parity Technologies, “Substrate takes all the lessons learned from building Ethereum and Polkadot and distils them into a stack of tools that you can use to get all of these. same rewards. “
Currently licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL v3), Substrate is expected to upgrade to the open source Apache 2.0 license for “maximum development freedom”.