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An evolving marketplace demands new innovations. It means developers must produce robust, secure, reliable software. The EOSIO™ Strategic Vision hones in on four specific developmental areas that make up the foundation of the platform: Scalability, Developers, Users, and Enterprise. In this fourth and final entry of the Strategic Vision series, we will discuss the complex needs of EOSIO Enterprise Blockchain customers and how the EOSIO platform will evolve to meet them.
The following topics of focus are detailed in pillar 4 of the EOSIO Strategic Vision:
High-Performance Consensus Algorithms
Businesses need efficient processing solutions to keep services live, so in order for blockchain technology to meet the needs of enterprise businesses, it’s essential for blockchain software to scale. Consensus is at the core of many of the benefits of blockchain like immutability, validation, and security thus improving consensus solutions to increase speed to finality remains a priority for EOSIO blockchain performance. Our research continues to improve custom-tooled, fault tolerant, and highly-performant consensus algorithms that intermesh to meet enterprise grade needs.
Tools for Regulatory Compliance
In order for blockchain technology adoption to scale on an enterprise level, solutions must meet regulatory requirements across regions. Larger companies that operate internationally must comply with complex regulations and their technology solutions of choice must rise to meet those needs. Inherently, the immutability and transparency of any blockchain lends itself to audit and compliance. The ability to work within an ever evolving regulatory environment is a cornerstone of the flexibility of the EOSIO platform. With that in mind, we continue to explore ways to evolve the ways in which EOSIO can be implemented across both public and private use cases to align with various regulatory needs. This includes research into ways applications can store data on the blockchain that can be selectively removed ...
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