Microsoft’s blockchain project Bletchley offers services to access off chain data

Marley Gray, director of blockchain business development and strategy at Microsoft, posted an update to GitHub in June 2016 providing an overview of Bletchley. This white paper was published six days after Microsoft’s announcement of Project Bletchley on June 15, 2016, and goes on to say that Project Bletchley is a set of tools for supporting SmartContracts on the blockchain, enabling secure access to off-chain information. The project supports open standards for protocol-level implementations of peer-to-peer networking, consensus, database and virtual machines are vital to establish trust within a blockchain ecosystem. Bletchley is a middleware tool set for developers and provides an ecosystem to enable implementing identity, security, cryptography, scale, tooling, management, monitoring and reporting for both on and off the blockchain. Client-driven performance flexibility What Bletchley offers is performance…


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