XBOM allows parallelization across shards, so the only limit becomes the speed of the internet itself, instead of restrictions pertaining to Smart Contract which they replace with Smart Objects.
Extending the appeal of blockchain technology will allow for new and innovative use cases across frontiers that were previously considered inaccessible. Prasaga is building toward the launch of its DataGrid Blockchain layer one infrastructure testnet and the XBOM operating system to tackle the frontier of space. Making the blockchain accessible, convenient, and user-friendly remains a top priority in this industry, as it will pave the way for building a fully connected network with scalability options that will transcend other public blockchain infrastructure.
With XBOM’s Class Manager Infrastructure (CMI) to be used with the Quantum Generation (QG) suite of solutions and the native DataGrid Token(DGT) for settlement and gas purposes, Prasaga creates a solution that checks all the necessary boxes to become competitive. Quantum Generation will provide various products and applications spanning jurisdictional agility, fintech, ID, voting, communications, and quantum technologies by leveraging the Prasaga DataGrid Blockchain and all of the capabilities and opportunities it provides on a global scale.
Prasaga CEO Michael Holdmann comments:
“Blockchain applications have so much potential, however most require greater functionality than current blockchain implementations could hope to provide. The technological advances that Quantum Generation are creating in space-based blockchain solutions highlight how the DataGrid Blockchain will facilitate these ambitious innovations.”
The main appeal of Prasaga’s XBOM operating system is how it makes it easy to develop for the DataGrid Blockchain (DGB) through its use of inheritance of class objects running on DGB. XBOM allows parallelization across shards, so the only limit becomes the speed of the internet itself, instead of restrictions pertaining to Smart Contract which they replace with Smart Objects. By running processes in parallel, it becomes possible to build more complex products and services, as well as tackle entirely new horizons that would otherwise remain out of reach. As such, XBOM is perfectly placed to serve the network of the future, which bridges the gap between all types of devices to establish a fully connected network, catering to the needs of both enterprises and consumers alike.
All of the above will make a tremendous global impact in many different ways, as our current connected world deals with many inefficiencies and drawbacks. Addressing concerns such as censorship and the opposition of forward-thinking is essential, as our society needs to keep growing and evolving at all times, even if governments and centralized entities think otherwise. Building a censorship-resistant connected world will pave the way for innovation and establishing a new type of jurisdiction that can accommodate the needs of everyone equally.
Another option to consider is the next frontier, or space, where some interesting developments have taken place a la SpaceX. A few years ago, the privatization of space seemed like an unachievable goal, yet those private companies are now pushing the boundaries of what is possible to make humanity visit the planets, the stars, and beyond. Moreover, these same companies, like Quantum Generation explore new opportunities to create a connected world, including setting up a communication network that governments cannot exert direct control over by deploying orbit satellites and QUBIT Blockchain on its satellites’ payloads powered by the DataGrid Blockchain.
All of these activities will require the use of technology stacks upholding the same core values and benefits, making Prasaga’s XBOM a good fit to unlock the next frontier of communication, transparency, and connectivity. Rather than make developers think about the blockchain concept, they will interface directly with an operating system capable of removing any technological barriers from the equation for all parties involved. Building the future will happen one application, product, and service at a time, but only if the underpinning infrastructure can handle the workload and provide the necessary ease of access to explore complex solutions.