Kakao's blockchain platform 'Klaytn' adds 8 new initial service partners ahead of mainnet launch
Fri, 31 May 2019, 10:52 am UTC
Klaytn, the public blockchain platform being developed by Kakao's blockchain subsidiary Ground X, has announced a new batch of initial service partners.
In March, Ground X released Klaytn’s public testnet, called ‘Baobab,’ which followed the trial run of the private testnet 'Aspen’ started in October 2018. The company will launch the mainnet on June 27, 2019.
Klaytn, which had previously roped in 26 initial service partners, has added 8 new partners to the list, bringing the total to 34 initial service partners.
Ground X said that the latest round of partnership includes some of the most promising projects engaged in distinctive blockchain-empowered businesses in various industry domains. This includes
The initial service partners will utilize the deployed Klaytn testnet and work towards further reinforcing Klaytn's ecosystem by releasing their blockchain applications at the time of the Klaytn mainnet launch.
"With a mission to create substantial real use cases, we are partnering with promising blockchain projects developed by globally successful service providers with a prospective user base of tens of millions," said Jason Han, the CEO of Ground X, heading the development and operation of Klaytn.
"Together with our partners, Klaytn will take the blockchain industry to the next level by prioritizing our efforts towards the mass adoption of blockchain services as to substantiate the value and utility of blockchain technology."
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