Spydra is a Decentralization-as-a-Service platform, which offers an easy-to-use interface, simplified blockchain network deployment, low code decentralized application builder, and pre-configured blockchain solutions to enable businesses and developers to leverage the full power of Blockchain.
What platforms is Spydra live on?
Spydra is now live on Hyperledger Fabric, we will continue to build a robust platform before we build for other frameworks or protocols.
How does pricing work on Spydra?
Your Spydra account is billed based on your usage and your configurations. Every user will get access to every feature on Spydra. Your pricing will be a function of the Number of nodes, Size of nodes, Node sharing type, and Hours used. Spydra offers $400 free credit for the first three organizations created in your account to give you a head start.
What is Hyperledger fabric?
Hyperledger Fabric is a modular blockchain framework that acts as a foundation for developing blockchain-based products, solutions, and applications using plug-and-play components that are aimed for use within private enterprises.
What is a Private blockchain network?
Unlike Public blockchains, where anyone is free to join and participate in the core activities of the blockchain network, participants in a Private blockchain can join a private blockchain network only through an invitation where their identity or other required information is authentic and verified, making it a good fit for enterprises for security reasons.
Who participates in a Private network?
Only organizations invited to join the network with the right permissions can participate in a private network.
What is Asset Tokenization?
Asset tokenization is the process by which an issuer creates digital tokens on a distributed ledger or blockchain, representing either digital or physical assets.
How many nodes should I add to my environment?
It depends on your use cases; if you are not sure about it, you can go with the default configurations offered by Spydra.
What are networks and nodes?
A Blockchain network is a private technical infrastructure that powers ledger services. Nodes are the communication entities of the blockchain. Peers Nodes host ledgers and Smart contracts/ Chaincodes, and Orderer nodes are responsible for transaction ordering.
Tokenize at scale with Spydra
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