The development of Blockchain-as-a-Service (BAAS) platforms and software is one of the most recent potential blockchain trends. Forbes just published its Second Annual Blockchain 50 list, which emphasizes this point. Several of this year’s participants, including major heavyweights like Microsoft, Amazon, and IBM, provide Blockchain-as-a-Service.
These third-party services are a relatively recent trend in the rapidly developing field of blockchain technology, reflecting the huge demand for hosting decentralized software services to help drive market growth.
However, like every wave of blockchain adoption, new users continue to face technological and user experience obstacles. Even the most basic transaction types on a blockchain need a certain amount of programming and smart contracts knowledge. Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) platforms arose primarily in response to business need for assistance in navigating blockchain and its associated problems.
Catch up with this trend, the Creator — rising BaaS project that provides No Code Smart Contract, Low Code DApp, and other services to empower the blockchain economy, for example the NFT sector, by assisting entrepreneurs and enterprises in easily building their DApps, whether NFT, DeFi, or any other applications, in a cutting-edge and cost-effective hosting environment.
Creator is firstly set to become one of the leaders in delivering solutions for the construction and operation of the DApp NFT marketplace, with a solid basis and a promising concept of a decentralized framework.
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