ArcBlock is a platform and an ecosystem for building and deploying decentralized blockchain applications.
ArcBlock aims to build a scalable, extensible, and easy-to-use platform for building and deploying decentralized blockchain applications.
ArcBlock's primary goal is to remove the barriers that have slowed blockchain adoption among the general public. We're also passionate about developing unique approaches that will significantly advance blockchain development.
There are several other players trying to solve similar problems, but everyone have a different approach and strategy. Notably, EOS (Enterprise Operating System) is trying to solve very similar problems as ArchBlock does. EOS try to to start a new blockchain technology to solve today’s problem and build a ecosystem around their new blockchain, while ArcBlock intentionally NOT to create new blockchains but cooperate with existing mainstream blockchains (e.g. Ethereum, Hyperledger etc.)
We built the ArcBlock platform using a “top-down” strategy that centers on the user experience. In contrast, many existing solutions focus on the blockchain technology itself at the expense of user friendliness. Applications built with ArcBlock offer reactive, real-time experiences.
ArcBlock is a computing platform for developing and deploying blockchain applications, Ethereum is a blockchain technology. They are related but are very different. Comparing ArcBlock to Ethereum is like compare Apple to Orange.
To achieve high-performance transactions, we built an optimized blockchain dedicated to ArcBlock’s own token services and the public ledger. The design goal is to achieve >100,000 Tx/s, which is more than adequate for a wide range of applications. In the future this blockchain could be improved for broader purposes.
ArcBlock is a platform service, rather than a standalone software package or set of APIs. ArcBlock is a comprehensive solution that combines blockchain technology with Cloud Computing. ArcBlock is an incentive-driven marketplace for reusable services, components, and even applications.
ArcBlock’s introduction of the Open Chain Access Protocol enabled open connectivity over multiple blockchain protocols. Developers now have the freedom to evaluate blockchain protocols, and even switch back and forth between them.
Blocklet is another revolutionary component that takes advantage of the latest microservice architecture and serverless computing technology.
We also build a distributed messaging system supports pub/sub and acts as an API gateway for Blocklets. ArcBlock's gateway uses a decentralized design and secure communication channels. Your applications will run in both web browsers and mobile apps, giving users reactive, real-time experiences.
ArcBlock is a self-evolving ecosystem—not just a software platform built by one centralized organization. We at ArcBlock, Inc. and the ArcBlock Foundation are only jump starting the project; the platform will continue to develop and grow on its own.
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At first we considered ArcBlock project to be a rocket in Blockchain 3.0 hype theme and we hurried over to tell you about the coming soon whitelisting finish. However, as we studied the materials in details we found out moments that decreased the attractiveness.Consider that:White Paper starts with annoying precaution that information provided can change multiply. Is that a common legal formality? That looks actually not that appropriate for a 28 pages document with superficial overview of future product only.The Roadmap is not detailed. The release is scheduled for Q1 2019. From what we can see it will take at least 1 or 2 years to drive the developers community to try AcrBlock in their projects. We cannot also predict any credible news before 2020 to pump ABT. Moreover, never forget about the rivals.The project has no open code and seems to be confusing.Announced is the partnership with IBM and SAO, though there are no details about concrete arrangements, so it looks like a PR trick.We do not affirm that this means a red flag. In case we lower the plank, imagine a young project on its whitepaper stage searching for finance to hire a state of developers, implement its plans, and improve the whole world – ArcBlock can appear to have an interesting idea, ambition and potential.It’s up to you to decide: to make a step aside or participate in ArcBlock’s upcoming ICO.
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