Orbs is the hybrid blockchain offering performance as fast as centralized solutions without compromising security. Orbs has developed breakthrough technologies to achieve scale without compromising decentralization – virtual chains and Randomized Proof-of-Stake (rPoS) for speed and security. The blockchain platform built for large-scale consumer applications announced in May that it has already raised more than $118 million to fund the development and launch of the Orbs platform.

Gartner — the international research and business consulting company — has also named Orbs one of the world’s four Cool Vendors for the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry in 2018. This is a major milestone for the company and its progress to bring the value of the technology to the business world.

The Gartner report recognizes “emerging blockchain technology vendors that enterprise architecture and technology innovation leaders should evaluate for blockchain identity and decentralized application services.” The other three Cool Vendors are Brave, Civic, and Evernym.

Our platform that is built for developers, by developers, to provide them with the flexibility, security, and a new scalability standard that is needed to maintain a decentralized application.

Orbs’ footprint has also been growing, especially in the Far East. In the past few months, Orbs representatives have inked new deals, met new community members, and hosted two meet-ups, all in the lead-up to our scheduled beta release in the near future.

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