As an flexible and scalable platform B/3 supports a quickly growing number of distributed ledger technologies for meeting specific business related and technical requirements related top-security, performance and operating processes. The Builder provides developers and businesses with proof-of-concepts, platforms, and applications with a scalable blockchain database based on B/3.
How is B/3 different from Ethereum?Admin212018-10-16T15:22:21+02:00
Ethereum is a blockchain-based distributed computer platform with smart contracts functionality. Together with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), it provides a decentralized and Turing complete virtual machine that can execute peer-to-peer contracts using a cryptocurrency called Ether (ETH).
Ethereum is a blockchain-based distributed computer platform with smart contracts functionality. Together with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), it provides a decentralized virtual machine that can reliably execute peer-to-peer contracts.
How can I use B/3?Admin212018-10-16T15:12:53+02:00
IBM Hyperledger, R3 and Chain are first-generation blockchain development platforms which are inflexible in certain vertical applications, have very high start-up costs and are not very user-friendly. In contrast, B/3 provides an easy-to-use app builder that allows developers to build blockchain applications within a few hours.
Who is SmartWeb GmbH?Admin212018-10-15T18:58:18+02:00
SmartWeb GmbH is a blockchain software development company. The B/3 BLOCKCHAIN APP BUILDER is an extension of Ethereum, an open source blockchain standard that allows developers to build applications easily and within a few hours.
What is a blockchain?Admin212018-10-15T19:00:04+02:00
A blockchain is a distributed database that manages a continuously growing list of records called blocks. Each block contains a timestamp and a link to a previous block. Data in a block cannot be modified later on. In addition, all records and blocks are confirmed by the network participants so that all parties can agree on the common data set and no single party has full control.
Blockchains are an example of a decentralized computer system on which many different applications can run.