NEW YORK, NY — BlockApps Inc has successfully completed a proof of concept (PoC) delivering the world’s first Haskell Ethereum testnet designed to enhance the existing BlockApps STRATO management suite. Leveraging an open and secure P2P protocol, the BlockApps testnet will enable developers to begin building, mining, managing, and sharing their multinode blockchain applications.

The BlockApps testnet marks an important milestone in the ease of building blockchain applications. With an enhanced toolkit brought to the existing STRATO suite, the BlockApps testnet enables blockchain developers to develop their own apps in the world’s first Blockchain-as-a-Service solution. The BlockApps STRATO testnet will offer an easy and inexpensive way for blockchain developers to build multi-node applications using BlockApps’ enterprise-grade Blockchain-as-a-Service offering. 

The STRATO testnet was delivered in response to an increasing demand among developers to build more complex blockchain applications. It features a marketplace portal where developers can share their apps with the public called Launchpad.

The STRATO testnet is built with a beautiful dashboard to monitor blockchain transactions, write and deploy Solidity smart contracts, create advanced blockchain search queries, and browse and deploy apps.

The all-new STRATO testnet will be released on December 4, 2017. The developer version of STRATO is available today at, and hosted versions of STRATO are available on AWS and Microsoft Azure. For more information, visit 

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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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