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SpaceChain launches open-source demo hardware board

SpaceChain Callisto develops blockchain applications which can be deployed in space.

Community-based space platform SpaceChain has introduced its first open-source demo hardware board, SpaceChain Callisto, designed for developing blockchain applications that can be used and deployed in space.

The hardware board enables developer communities worldwide to participate in building out next-generation decentralised infrastructures for blockchain and fintech applications using space technologies.

Through SpaceChain Castillo, developers can create applications that can potentially leverage blockchain-related functions, including running smart contracts and performing multi-signature transactions, and running tests through their computers to determine whether the applications work in space.

“The world is entering an age of software-defined satellites that can be configured to perform different tasks by simply uploading an application or program, much akin to a mobile phone,” said SpaceChain co-founder and CEO Zee Zheng. “By opening up access to space and satellite technologies through increasing the number of players and contributors, more opportunities for collaborative work can be created and lead to new businesses and socio-economic models that were once impossible.”
 

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