Blockchain Engineering and Business Development Lab to Develop Hybrid Blockchain Protocol
Following setting up a Research and Development Protocol Lab at Temasek Launchpad Singapore, XinFin is set to add another Network Protocol Engineering and Business Development Lab at UC Berkeley, USA to attract new talent and establish a global approach towards Hybrid Blockchain Protocol development.
Through this association, XinFin intends to secure creative and bright talent from UC Berkeley, San Francisco Bay Area and other universities to work with the XinFin Network and Hybrid Blockchain Protocol. While XinFin aspires to grow developer community in the Bay Area, its final objective lies in evolving and developing Hybrid Blockchain architecture to make it more suitable for mainstream enterprise adoption and regulatory compliant environments. XinFin will soon be rolling out its XDC Virtual Machine, an application designed for mainstream enterprise adoption.
XinFin will be working with enterprises and institutions in the San Francisco Bay area for blockchain use cases pertaining to different business areas, such as global trade and finance DAPPs like tradefinex.org, built on its hybrid blockchain network. XinFin Network is a utility network that lets enterprises deploy real world applications on its Hybrid Blockchain Protocol in a conducive, compliant and regulation-friendly environment for diverse use cases in trade, finance, remittance, supply chain, healthcare and other areas to improve business efficiency.
Alan Lai, Blockchain Developer at UC Berkeley, said: “This will be a great opportunity for everyone in the bay area for they will get an opportunity to work with the revolutionary technology called XDC protocol.”
Kartikeya Bhargava, Senior Blockchain Developer for XinFin said, “It is a great coalition, considering the qualitative talent that UC Berkeley and SF bay area brings on table, which will immensely contribute to the forthcoming technological developments and global adoption of the XDC protocol and blockchain applications.”