MultiChain source code release

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Now available to view, review, compile and fork Two years after starting to develop MultiChain, we’re delighted to release its source code under the GNU General Public License (GPLv3). The code, along with compilation instructions for Ubuntu, is now available at Github. You are free to browse and review it, compile it for yourself, or… Read more »

First MultiChain Partners Announced

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Introducing our partner program for blockchain developers It’s our pleasure to launch the MultiChain Platform Partner Program, starting with 13 member companies from Europe, Asia and North America. The program facilitates our working relationship with the growing number of consultants and integrators building blockchain solutions on the MultiChain platform. The initial list of members includes… Read more »

Introducing MultiChain Streams

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For shared immutable key-value and time series databases Today we’re proud to release the latest version of MultiChain, which implements a crucial new set of functionality called “streams”. Streams provide a natural abstraction for blockchain use cases which focus on general data retrieval, timestamping and archiving, rather than the transfer of assets between participants. Streams… Read more »

Announcing the new MultiChain wallet

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An important step forwards for performance and scalability After two months of intensive development and testing, we’re proud to release the latest alpha of MultiChain, with a completely rewritten in-node wallet. This new wallet transforms the performance and scalability of creating, receiving and storing transactions in MultiChain.

Recent Features and 2016 Roadmap

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An update from the MultiChain factory floor As a change from blog posts about blockchains in general, I’d like to provide an update on MultiChain, both in terms of recent enhancements and our roadmap for 2016. First, I’d like to thank the many thousands of you who have downloaded and built on MultiChain, asked questions… Read more »