Amazon's cloud computing arm wants to make it easier for customers to use Blockchain with a new partnership announced today.
Amazon, with a new startup called Kaleido, emerging from the leading Blockchain incubator known as Consensys
Steve Cerveny, one of the founders of Kaleido, says that users can focus on their own plans, and that they will be able to focus on their own plans.
The company aims to provide Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers with an easy way to have the same technology (Blockchain)
Blockchain technology records transactions in a publicly distributed book and is promoted by technology advocates more quickly and more securely.
Amch has said that they do not need to be experts in the field, and they provide them with a simple platform for setting up their companies in Blockchain. Azon Web Services said, "Introducing Kaleido to AWS customers will help customers not to be quick to move faster and manage Blockchain.
Amazon Web Services is a subsidiary of Amazon that offers a paid subscription to cloud computing platforms for individuals, companies and governments.
Amazon Web Services is a subsidiary of Amazon, which offers paid subscriptions to cloud computing platforms for individuals, companies and governments.
Joseph Lubin, one of the founders of the Ethereum Blockchain platform to be used by Kaleido and AWS, used the phrase "This is the biggest move of the technology giant in Blockchain."
Lubin uses blockchain as an example,
Joins technology giants like Amazon, Microsoft and Facebook and explores their use for Blockchain.
Last week, Facebook planned a Blockchain project aimed at addressing privacy concerns.  002] IBM, Accenture, Deloitte, JP Morgan and HSBC are among the companies working on Blockchain.
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