Next-generation-based blockchain company Concordium has completed its MVP testnet. Moreover, the company has secured $15 million from private investors to further its course in blockchain technology.
According to Concordium CEO Lone Fonss Schroder, the company is focused on the ID aspect of blockchain technology to further open up the untapped global economy. “The interest of the community, from RustLang developers, VCs, system integrators, family offices, crypto service providers, and private persons, has been amazing. Concordium has fielded strong demand from DeFi projects looking to build on a blockchain with ID at the protocol level.”
Concordium seeks to scale blockchain technology in a similar version as the internet scaled from the 90s. The Concordium blockchain developers are keen on certain aspects of the initial blockchain technology; Bitcoin and Ethereum left out. Besides scalability, Concordium blockchain is set to focus on the KYC and AML aspects primarily due to the regulatory future factors.
“Concordium will bring its blockchain technology for broad use, which also appeals to enterprises with protocol-level ID protected by zero-knowledge proofs and stable transaction costs to support predictable, fast, and secure transactions,” the company noted in a press release.
Notably, the Concordium project is said to encompass some of the renowned researchers in the field. Among them are Dr. Torben Pedersen, creator of the Pedersen commitment, and Prof. Ivan Damgård, father of the Merkel-Damgård Construct.
As the project continues to be rigorously tested before the official launch, the founders envision a blockchain that is permissionless particularly built for …
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