DAML Becomes More Widely Available, Digital Asset Teams Up with HACERA and Blockchain Technology Partners
Wed, 19 Jun 2019, 00:11 am UTC
DAML is the smart contract language created by Digital Asset and in a recent development, the company is teaming up with HACERA and Blockchain Technology Partners to make it more widely available. It is doing so via Hyperledger Fabric, Corda by R3, and Amazon’s Aurora services. This allows even more people and companies to securely make use of the smart contract capabilities of DAML.
The implications of this new partnership are detailed in the press release that came out to announce the new development. In it, the CEO of Digital Asset and co-founder, Yuval Rooz explains how putting their DAML technology in the blockchain networks mentioned above can help clients.
“Our vision to transform finance has evolved into an even bigger opportunity to accelerate innovation,” Rooz said. “Extending the power of DAML to multiple platforms is an exciting milestone and a continuation of our strategy to enable DAML to work anywhere and give clients more flexibility and choice to use the platform technology that best meets their needs.”
Simply put, this new cooperative initiative will allow more ways to make use of DAML. By increasing the number of ways for the smart contract service to be deployed, it becomes easier for potential clients to take advantage of it. Hyperledger Executive Director Brian Behlendorf explains how their particular service can benefit those looking to use DAML.
“Hyperledger Fabric and Hyperledger Sawtooth are two of the most widely adopted blockchain platforms,” Behlendorf said. “Hyperledger members collaborating to integrate open source projects increases each of their value to more than the sum of the parts, enabling developers to write DAML applications once and choose which platform to deploy to.”
Digital Assets is not done trying to expand the reach and scope of DAML, either. The company is also on its way to integrating the smart contract with VMware Blockchain and Hyperledger Sawtooth.
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