Stratis, an enterprise blockchain technology company that offers a flexible and modular platform designed for enterprises’ has joined the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain (APPG Blockchain).
As per the announcement, Stratis will now join many institutions within the blockchain space to help contribute knowledge and experience of developing Blockchain in the United Kingdom (UK).
APPG Blockchain is a collection of various institutions within the Blockchain industry, including the IOTA Foundations, Capita SAP, and the British Standards Institute (BSI). This organization focuses on furthering the comprehension of Blockchain-as-a-serve (BaaS) and helping other sectors in the United Kingdom harness the different opportunities it presents. APPG Blockchain, through its institutions, notably collaborate with various experts in public evidence forums to provide tangible recommendations to policymakers on how best to approach Blockchain.
While commenting on Stratis decision to join APPG Blockchain, Professor Birgitte Andersen, CEO, Big Innovation Group and Secretariat APPG on Blockchain, stated:
“Adding Stratis, one of the UK’s most established and innovative blockchain platforms, brings additional real-world experience to the APPG on Blockchain. Blockchain technology is transforming many areas of business, finance, public services, and our lives, and the UK has a real opportunity to take a leadership role that supports economic value creation, high skilled jobs, and a fairer society.”
Being one of the most developed BaaS providers, Stratis is better placed to help grow APPG Blockchain’s vision. At the heart of Stratis is an open-source proprietary blockchain, which presents the latest breakthroughs in network speed and scalability. The platform offers an enterprise-grade development platform with end-to-end solutions for native C# and .NET blockchain applications. The platform simplifies the blockchain experience to help users avoid the expense and complexity of buying and managing their full physical nodes.
Chris Trew, Founder & CEO, Stratis, commented:
“Collaboration is central to the original vision of Blockchain, and we’re pleased to be working with UK policy-makers and enterprises to help all stakeholders in the UK benefit from the transition to Blockchain. Since leaving the European Union, the UK has the autonomy to chart its own course on Blockchain, it’s a huge opportunity to position the nation for the next big technology transformation.”
Stratis Academy will help nurture a thriving blockchain community and developers in the UK region through the Stratis Academy. In addition, through its upcoming DEX platform Opedex, Stratis will help grow the understanding of Decentralized Finance (DeFi), allowing financial services in the UK to engage and benefit from the market.
To find out more about Stratis, visit www.stratisplatform.com.