Blockchain technology company HACERA has launched a cross-blockchain registry that brings permissioned and permission-less blockchains together through a directory of blockchain networks.
The HACERA Unbounded Network Registry aims to make it easier for businesses to create, interact with and extract value from blockchain technology. Organisations can search for, join and grow existing blockchain networks or create entire new ones in areas where none exist.
HACERA claims the registry will boost the speed at which blockchain networks can grow.
“Solving for the inter-operation between blockchains is fundamental for the technology to evolve,” says CEO Jonathan Levi. “Without it, blockchains will continue to operate in isolation, limiting their adoption and usability.”
The network is designed to be a fully decentralised framework that is blockchain-agnostic. New blockchain networks can be listed on the global directory, where they can be discovered and enable network founders to collaborate on interoperability.
IBM, Oracle and Microsoft
Users can also follow the statistics of relevant blockchain networks and post links to their own news. HACERA has tested and made the registry available to over 15 partners, including IBM, Oracle and Microsoft.
Jerry Cuomo, Vice President Technology for IBM Blockchain, says blockchain’s adoption requires a vibrant community and ecosystem of like-minded innovators who share the vision of transforming the way companies conduct business in the global economy. “By working with HACERA, we see a future where consumers and providers of blockchain services will be able to seamlessly discover each other and begin transacting,” he adds.