Blockchain is one of the biggest buzzwords in business right now. As Deloitte’s annual survey revealed, 55% of leaders say this technology is critical to the future of their operations — so much so that it’s in their top five strategic priorities.
There’s just one problem: blockchain is complicated and it takes immense expertise to build one of these networks from the ground up. Platinum Software Development Company, which describes itself as a leader in DeFi and blockchain software development, says its goal is to deliver complex products for businesses of all sizes.
Platinum has been developing enterprise-level blockchains and software since 2015 — counting mobile banking applications, bounty platforms, stablecoin ecosystems, DeFi protocols and yield farming services among its achievements.
The company has also sought to inform the masses about this technology’s potential through the University of Blockchain and Investing — one of the first educational platforms to take an academic approach to teaching blockchain. Through this portal, students can access basic, intermediate and expert-level courses designed by fintech experts.
Engineers at Platinum have also developed a new formula that allows people to analyze crypto lending rates, the top DeFi protocols in terms of market cap and total value locked, and the success of Ethereum-based projects. In time, it’s hoped that the “Q” DeFi Rating will be regarded as a better alternative to other data sites such as DeFi Pulse.
Platinum has several case studies that powerfully illustrate its expertise. One such case is the software developed for Embily — a universal banking application for Android and iOS platforms that boasts an intuitive and user-friendly interface. The app also delivers a wealth of functionality, including card-to-card transfers, Know Your Customer checks and a comprehensive transaction history. All of this was achieved while offering a high degree of familiarity and an experience that isn’t dissimilar to fiat-focused platforms.
Elsewhere, Platinum became partners in the SpaceSwap project back in late September — and was tasked with developing a secure, reliable smart contract for the platform.
Of course, decentralized finance is one of the crypto industry’s big focal points right now and Platinum has been instrumental in bringing products to life that will help drive this bustling sector forward. The team is actively developing 168pools.com, which delivers detailed information about liquidity pools, coins and protocols offered by the world’s biggest DeFi platforms. The company aims to create a convenient way to bridge global projects with the Asian market.
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Platinum’s founders, Anton Dzyatkovskii and Dan Khomenko, say the company has an extensive team of engineers on hand to develop projects of all sizes — with a collective skillset that stretches across DevOps, mobile app development, software testing, quality assurance, blockchain and enterprise software development, and DeFi. The company can also assist with the creation of non-fungible tokens, another sub-section of the crypto industry that’s enjoying explosive levels of growth, after having been adopted by big brands, including the NBA. According to NonFungible.com, NFTs have attracted a trading volume of $9.5 million over the past month.
When it comes to DeFi, the Platinum team say that they have the know-how to create DeFi platforms to the same standard as Uniswap, SushiSwap, Curve and others. “We know exactly how to develop flexible crypto loans, cold storage, deposit services and how to integrate them into platforms,” they added.
Platinum is a member of the Boston Blockchain Association and describes itself as a “proven and renowned presence in the crypto industry.” The engineering company has also served more than 500 companies since launch.
Looking ahead, Platinum is developing several projects dedicated to the exchange of stablecoins and is moving toward a partnership with a major Swiss company to establish regulated custody under Switzerland’s laws.