Horizen Partners with Tatum to Enabling Blockchain Application Development and Integrations on EON, Horizen’s EVM-Compatible Smart Contracting Platform
Horizen’s EON chain, known for its scalability, EVM-compatibility and user-friendliness, will now benefit from Tatum’s expertise in streamlining complex blockchain operations into concise lines of code. This partnership promises to revolutionize the blockchain development landscape, offering developers a more efficient and user-friendly approach to integrating blockchain features into their applications.
The collaboration between Tatum and Horizen will help developers in these three key areas:
- Access to RPC Nodes: the introduction of the Horizen RPC on Tatum’s infrastructure ensures developers have a reliable and cost-effective way to build on EON.
- Blockchain Data Retrieval via API: developers will benefit by directly accessing EON’s comprehensive blockchain data like querying token balances or monitoring transactions across multiple addresses.
“This collaboration with Tatum is a monumental step towards our vision of creating a more inclusive and dynamic blockchain ecosystem. By combining our strengths, we aim to offer developers a seamless experience, reducing the technical time from months to mere days.”– Rob Viglione, Co-founder of Horizen and CEO of Horizen Labs.
“Horizen’s EON chain has enormous potential to accelerate building dApps at scale. Our partnership will ensure that developers, irrespective of their blockchain experience, can effortlessly integrate blockchain functionalities, driving the next wave of blockchain innovations.”– Jiri Kobelka, Tatum CEO
EON Alpha is currently live on mainnet and on its public testnet, Gobi. As the blockchain realm continues to evolve, partnerships like these are pivotal in shaping a future where blockchain technology is accessible, efficient, and integral to every digital solution.
Horizen is a layer 0 public blockchain that enables the zero-knowledge network of blockchains powered by the largest node system and a massively scalable cross-chain protocol, Zendoo. Horizen offers tools for developers to custom-build private or public blockchains and dApps with a level of flexibility unmatched by others. Horizen is EVM-compatible through its sidechain EON. By building on Horizen, developers have the freedom to fully customize their blockchains, including consensus, speed, privacy, and crypto-economies. Blockchains built on Horizen produce massive throughput without compromising decentralization.
For more information, visit https://horizen.io
Tatum is an open-source software development kit (SDK) that provides the infrastructure and a unified framework for 65+ blockchain protocols, allowing any developer to build Web3 applications with no blockchain experience.
It eliminates common obstacles like running nodes and learning to code for individual blockchains by providing a comprehensive suite of easy-to-use features that speed up app development.
For more information, visit https://tatum.io