All transactions on the blockchain are processed by a central “brain”, which by default is a component called the Ethereum Virtual Machine (“EVM”).
The EVM works well for processing most smart contracts; however, there may be some circumstances where a user would want to select an alternate way of processing the transaction information. STRATO now contains an alternate “pluggable” VM which is Solidity-based (called SolidVM), which can also be selected as the interpreter for the contract.
STRATO users have the option to choose between SolidVM and EVM on their network. Why choose SolidVM?
Process real-world data
Not all data fits in 32 bytes. Long-form data fields such as ID numbers, email addresses or client balances are no longer limited by their length
All data types are variable length (int, string, bytes can all take an arbitrary length data, and are not limited by 32 bytes, etc)
Data types are limited by 32 byes
Faster data processing
STRATO network latency is improved with SolidVM’s processing capabilities
Solidity contracts – especially complex ones – are processed faster
Solidity contracts are processed at standard EVM speeds
Human-readable smart contracts
Smart contracts are stored in their original format, making them human-readable and easier to debug
Stores Solidity contracts in their original format and logs Solidity events
Solidity contracts are stored as byte code and must be translated into human-readable formats
BlockApps was the first company incubated out of ConsenSys in 2015 and has created several industry innovations including the launch of the best, easy-to-use, most powerful Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) platform on the market called STRATO. Since launching STRATO on Microsoft Azure in 2015, BlockApps has become the first blockchain company to partner with all major cloud platforms (Azure, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform) and is a founding member of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (the world’s largest open standard blockchain organization). Today, we continue to expand our partner network and the enterprise-grade capabilities of STRATO.
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