multichain

multichain

(ˌmʌltɪˈtʃeɪn)
adj
(Chemistry) comprising or involving several chains, esp (in chemistry) of a linear polymer
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Based on the platform, the global blockchain in media and entertainment market has been segmented into Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, R3 Corda, MultiChain, Hyperledger, and others.
The platform would also support different blockchain frameworks, including the hyperledger, hyperledger fabric and multichain.
SAP Cloud Platform Blockchain is a new blockchain as a service enabling enterprises to easily build and extend business solutions with blockchain technologies,such as Hyperledger Fabric and MultiChain. About 65companies participate in the SAP blockchain co-innovation initiative to help customers use manufacturing and supply-chain products augmented by blockchain to enhance transparency, safetyand collaboration in industries such astransportation, food, and pharmaceuticals.
Both organisations new to DLT and those already well-versed with other protocols, are attracted by SKYE simplicity, immediacy, and future-proof attributes such as multichain and post-quantum DLT.
* Multichain, an open source private blockchain platform that can be used by many different businesses for different purposes (https://www.multichain.com).
Based on Xunlei's proprietary homogeneous multichain framework, ThunderChain is designed to realize confirmation and interaction among homogeneous chains and enable multiple transactions to be executed on different chains in parallel.
Through the integration with open source blockchain platforms such as MultiChain and HyperLedger, InfoFort's customers will soon be able to reap all the content management benefits that blockchain offers while enVision serving as the gateway for InfoFort's clients into the world of blockchain.
Flory, "Synthesis of Multichain Polymers and Investigation of their Viscosities," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
The following platforms are examples of private blockchain: Hydrachain [20], Ripple [21], Monax [22], and Multichain [23].
Blockchain  platform  MultiChain  1.0 has been released, and with it details of a wide-ranging partner programme.
Ye and Tseng, in [16], proposed a Multichain Backoff (MCB) algorithm, in which several backoff chains were generated through reorganizing the backoff states in the BEB algorithm, and several backoff states were contained in every backoff chain again.
With this decision process embedded and the price's fluctuation included, the state transition matrix has a multichain structure.
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