Microsoft Azure Blockchain-as-a-service Adds STRATO, Alphapoint And IOTA

Microsoft Azure Blockchain-as-a-service Adds STRATO, Alphapoint And IOTA

The Microsoft Azure blockchain-as-a-service offering just got a bit longer, as AlphaPoint joined the fray. Or to be more precise, the first certified offering by Blockapps is making its way to the Microsoft Azure BaaS service, in the form of STRATO. This single-blockchain instance will let developers tinker around the Ethereum blockchain and provide an API for application purposes. Additionally, AlphaPoint and IOTA are now available on the BaaS platform as well. STRATO Arrives On Microsoft Azure BaaS. It is positive to see Microsoft Azure continue the development of their....


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