What is PossArena Framework basic?
Posschain’s Possarena framework simplifies blockchain creation, allowing developers to focus on optimizing blockchains for specific use cases. Being modular, the framework enables the user to implement ready-made, fully customizable components or modules such as networking and consensus to suit user needs.
Why do we need it?
Creating a private blockchain network for hobby, work, homework or any other reason is quite difficult and complicated. It is quite simple to do this by using ready-made camouts with the Posschain Framework fed from the Posschain infrastructure.
How will it be used?
Possarena comes with various tools that streamline the blockchain development process and allow simple implementation of custom business logic. Developers can effortlessly combine the off-the-shelf components offered by the Possarena framework with their custom-developed features to create the desired enterprise-grade blockchain.
What’s in it for developers?
Besides the ready-made components and modules available in the Possarena framework, developers can use several development engines that open up additional customization and functionality, such as consensus algorithm selection or a custom cryptographic hash function. Developers can leverage Possarena’s State, Tokenizer, Consensus, and Cryptography Engines.
What infrastructure and developments were created using?
Possarena’s ecosystem, a state-of-the-art peer-to-peer networking platform called libp2p, uses a modular system of protocols, features, and libraries to develop peer-to-peer networking applications.
Will the cross-chain feature be active in the networks created through Possarena?
Integration with blockchains inside and outside the Posschain ecosystem is also possible, with Possarena’s native blockchain connectivity capabilities such as cross-chain communication, collaboration, and shared security.
Will the networks we create be secure?
Cross-blockchain data transmission can be securely isolated using a TPPL and P2P communication and routing inspired by the Invisible Internet Project (I2P). A universal layer applied to every Posschain linked chain, TPPL adds an extra layer of security and privacy when transacting on a blockchain.
Which programming languages were used?
Developed using Rust, Haskell, C++, and Golang, Posschain and Possarena provide optimal implementation and protection. Being the most advanced programming languages on the market, these programming languages offer fast speeds and solid performance. Web Assembly (Wasm), a super-performance virtual environment that allows code written in multiple languages to be run on the web at near-native speed, provides a platform for Possarena’s runtime architecture.
When will it be active?
We plan it as 2023 Q2, but the works are progressing faster than we expected. There isn’t enough data to make a promise, but we can release it faster than we anticipated.
How can we access more detailed information about Possarena?