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Let’s take a look at a company that offers “next generation” blockchain solutions for businesses.

You’ve probably guessed by the title of this video, but today I’m going to cover Neblio.
In the spirit of full disclosure, when I came across the phrase “next generation” blockchain during my research of this company, my curiosity was piqued.

Bitcoin of course was the first blockchain, the legacy blockchain as it’s also known. The developments that Ethereum brought to the table qualified it as the “second generation blockchain” and now we’ve moved on to “next generation” blockchains. (Insert Star Trek reference here)

Neblio isn’t the only platform that identifies itself as this, there’s also IOTA and NEO that use this terminology. These platforms do different things but clearly they are proud of their efforts for moving blockchain tech forward.

Ok, back to Neblio, right off the bat I recognized the similarities between Neblio(September 2017) and Stratis(August 2016) and Qtum(June 2017) in that these platforms are focused on introducing blockchain technology to the world of business. But they do have some differences.
Stratis offers en-to-end solutions for development, testing and deployment of blockchain apps specifically in the C# programming language.
Qtum combines the strengths of Bitcoin and versatility of smart contracts to provide a formidable platform for designing blockchain apps.
Neblio recognizes the gap between the mainstream business world and the often times technologically difficult world of blockchains. They are focused on filling this gap and bringing blockchain tech mainstream.

Neblio Uses Proof of Stake
And their website and white paper place a lot of emphasis on simplifying the process for businesses that are interested in implementing blockchain technology into their practices. They’ll achieve this with easy to use APIs that are programmable in many of the popular coding languages for the launching of decentralized applications.

Earlier this year on day one of the pre-sale back in August, Neblio had a GUI wallet available, their source code was made available on GitHub and The Neblio Blockchain Network went live. It’s not too often that a project holding an ICO has an actual product to offer for those who are investing. I’ll admit that this was a nice surprise to see and I hope it’s an indication of the progress this team will achieve in the future.
The current roadmap for Neblio shows that their plans for later this year include the launch of Electrum-based wallets. These are “lite wallets” that often times are faster, more secure and easier for your computer to run.

They’re now in the stage of hiring developers. They’re looking for individuals with experience in C++, .Net, and Python.