Developers and companies, including fintech and Web 3.0 start-ups or those evolving from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0, with little or no blockchain experience can now have full-featured blockchain implementations to applications, reducing technical time from months or years to a matter of days. Blockchain is becoming increasingly critical to digital finance, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), smart contracts and Web 3.0 applications.
“While essential, creating Web 3.0 applications and integrating existing ones with blockchains is difficult and time-consuming, requiring expertise that today is in extremely short supply,” said Jiri Kobelka, co-founder and chief executive officer, Tatum. “Tatum uniquely eliminates the complexities while providing interoperability and scale, enabling every-day developers to create applications using blockchain quickly and easily.”
Developers can download Tatum libraries from the Tatum website or GitHub and use it freely for their private or commercial projects. Tatum also offers hundreds of ready-made API-based tools and blockchain infrastructure (RPC nodes) for over 60 protocols. These are available through Tatum.io with free of charge plan for lower usage deployments, measured in requests per second and number of API calls made. Higher volume and more data-centric applications are serviced through various customer tier levels.
Tatum provides the world’s first blockchain applications development platform to speed the creation, lower the barriers and decrease the cost of creating blockchain applications. Tatum enables greater functionality, portability, scalability and higher quality without requiring blockchain development experience or expertise. The framework incorporates 60+ different protocols and integrates the use of APIs to fit into existing development processes. Founded in 2018, Tatum has over 130,000 customers and adds over thousands of new ones every month. Tatum is the most used Web 3.0 development stack. Created as a global company, Tatum was founded in Czech Republic and has its official headquarters in the UK, with a corporate center located in Miami, Florida and offices around the world.
For more information: https://tatum.io/