1.1 Issues of the Blockchain World
Interoperability
Data and assets on a blockchain usually are limited to their own chain, resulting in limited access to data and assets on other blockchains. If some blockchains build a centralized approach to handle those data and assets, security and verification issues may arise.
However, Orbit Chain has already built a fully working decentralized IBC protocol which runs with a Staking based Validator governance, which is reliable and safe. All assets and data are verified and stored on the blockchain, and all those processes are transparently open to everyone.
Scalability
Proof of Work (PoW) based Blockchains usually have issues of scalability, speed and expensive fees.
However, Orbit Chain is working with a Staking- based BFT consensus by Validator groups. This will provide much more scalable and reliable IBC. All the information, including assets and data from public chains, is rapidly moved to Orbit Chain. Orbit will support parallel connectivity between Orbit Chain and Public Chains to provide faster transaction speeds.
Usability
Existing blockchains support only one native coin. Additionally, developing and commercializing DApp services on several blockchains are difficult and tedious processes. The developer of the DApp services has to develop separately for each blockchain, which consumes a large number of resources and leads to poor and unreliable management.
Orbit, as a multi-asset blockchain, enables DApp developers to connect with public chains through the Orbit SDK and develop using existing and familiar REST, and WebSocket system APIs, which reduces unnecessary resource consumption and helps developers focus on developing high quality DApp services.
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