WaykiChain(WICC) Launches BaaS 2.0

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WaykiChain has recently launched BaaS (Blockchain-as-a-Service) 2.0. Compared with the previous version, the upgrade is mainly focused on the interface optimization. For developers, the BaaS 2.0 will be much more convenient and easy to use. In addition, while improving developer friendliness and efficiency, the development cost is greatly reduced.

To be more specific, the upgrade includes:

1. The API interface is further standardized with clearer classification.

The interface of the BaaS 2.0 is categorized by account, wallet, block, transaction and contract. Each interface function is explained in both Chinese and English, which will be more friendly to developers.

2. Indicated naming standard of API parameters.

The naming standard for all parameters of the BaaS 2.0 are clearer to understand. The parameters can be directly identified by name, and all parameters are explicitly commented with annotation.

WaykiChain BaaS platform is designed to provide developers with a set of infrastructure services that enables developers to develop DApps on WaykiChain efficiently. By providing a wallet node running on a remote server, WaykiChain BaaS allows developers to access node without having to deploy it themselves.

In this way, the development team can not only save the labor cost of the back-end developers, but also the cost of deployment, operation and maintenance. It means that they can iterate the DApps more frequently with less costs. On the other hand, it also lays a good foundation for building WaykiChain ecosystem.

Aiming itself to be one of the best public blockchain in the world, WaykiChain is consistently improving developer-friendliness and enhancing technology strength. In the future, WaykiChain will provide more products and services to enrich the entire ecosystem.

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