BlockFuse, a project dedicated to the development of decentralized applications based on the blockchain, has announced the launch of its new tool, CoinMesh, which specializes in the integrated development of applications in the Bitcoin (BTC) and Litecoin (LTC) networks. The instrument is an open source platform dedicated to the automation of the nodes of both blockchains, as well as providing layers of adaptation to interact with data from Bitcoin and Litecoin networks with greater ease.
CoinMesh is an integrated development environment (IDE) that provides different levels of infrastructure for the constitution of a DApp project in a straightforward manner. In this way, the company aims to facilitate the work of developers, since the constitution of decentralized applications in these networks is difficult and there is very little knowledge about it.
BlockFuse says it has developed a platform that will help the interaction of a product with the blockchain, providing automated data sources and adapters for the creation of a DApp.
BlockFuse’s CoinMesh platform for DApps development on Bitcoin (BTC) and Litecoin (LTC) blockchains is in its Alpha stage
The platform provides available client support, including Bitcoind, Litecoind and Lightning Labs, so that developers can connect directly to the blockchains’ databases without having to create a link from scratch.
“CoinMesh automates the Data Source and Adapter layers in minutes. In this way, developers can go directly to the creation, iteration, and validation of their projects instantly,” stated BlockFuse.
In this sense, BlockFuse considers that the recent popularity of decentralized applications (DApps) is because these tools constitute “the branches of cryptocurrency economy,” which is why their development is vital for the ecosystem.
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