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NULS 2.0 — Introducing The World’s Most Adaptive Blockchain
Get Familiar With the Features and Design of the New NULS 2.0 Mainnet
In November of 2018, the NULS team pivoted. Upon realizing that the design and architecture of NULS 1.0 would have limited modularity — despite being a state-of-the-art modular chain with extensive adaptability — it did not accomplish the level of flexibility that the NULS technical team had imagined as the most modular, adaptive blockchain in the world. That is how the design of 2.0 began — with NULSTAR, a bottom layer breakthrough from community developer and leading NULS Technical Community member, Berzeck.
Because NULS 2.0 is at the apex of modular blockchain development, it brings with it many “firsts” for the industry. To begin, for the first time in the industry’s history, developers can build on a chain that doesn’t require their applications to adapt to the design and architecture of the blockchain they are using. NULS 2.0 adapts to the application that the developer is creating. For mass adoption of blockchain — developers should not need to re-tool and they should not have to bother with core blockchain development. This is why NULS 2.0 was created.
Another series of “firsts” that NULS brings to the industry, comes with combining two key factors that help to fast-track blockchain adoption: token issuance and chain-building.
Ethereum made token issuance a reality with ERC-20s via smart contracts. But building on Ethereum requires developers to learn Solidity to create a chain for their applications, etc. and the developmental threshold is very steep, which increases both cost and time of development. So NULS has created a blockchain-in-a-box solution. Six basic modules eliminate the need for developers to learn complex technologies such as cryptology and consensus mechanisms, etc. Your dApp, business system, or any application can be integrated with its ...
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