Asch


Next Generation Decentralized Application Platform

Introduction


Asch is an efficient, flexible and safe decentralized application platform, which was initially designed to lower the threshold / barrier to entry for developers.

Asch is an efficient, flexible and safe decentralized application platform, which was initially designed to lower the threshold / barrier to entry for developers. With the use of JavaScript as its application programming language, the platform makes use of relational databases to store data, drawing similarities between developing a DAPP and developing a traditional web application. This type of platform carries a great deal of appeal to developers, as well as small and medium enterprises, since its ease of use results in greater productivity, fuelling and facilitating a more prosperous ecosystem in the process. Asch is open in design and is not limited to any particular niche market such as finance, document storage, copyright certification, etc. The APIs which it provides are underlying and abstract, and they can be combined freely so as to facilitate a variety of applications. In terms of the consensus mechanism, Asch has inherited and enhanced the DPOS algorithm, simultaneously reducing the probability of forking and double spending by a significant degree. Furthermore, Asch's side chain, i.e. the application mode, not only improves scalability by delaying the expansion of the blockchain, but also makes DAPPs more flexible and personalized. Asch is a forward-looking, low-cost and one-stop application solution, which is believed to be a new generation of incubator for decentralized application.

The services provided by the Asch platform include a public chain and a set of application SDKs.

The services provided by the Asch platform include a public chain and a set of application SDKs; the public chain is called the main chain. The Asch application SDKs can be used to develop blockchain applications with a free-running, immutable ledger. These applications are also known as side chain applications. An application SDK has a built-in cross-chain protocol, through which the side chain can communicate with the main chain. In other words, the main chain has the function of asset routing, through which a variety of assets can flow among different applications. Asch's ecological system contains multiple chains, with each chain possessing the ability to carry multiple tokens or assets. Each token or asset can also be transferred to multiple chains.

Features


Public chain

Asch's public chain is mainly responsible for data sharing between infrastructure and applications; it is also used for asset routing. The SDK is responsible for building specific applications.

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Scenarios


We believe that the blockchain itself is essentially a distributed database without a traditional central administrator, regardless of changes brought by the blockchain technology to the internet and social organization structure. The data is organized on the blockchain and is immutable for cryptographic principles. Since it is essentially a database, all business logic that can be realized by traditional databases, such as mySQL and Oracle, can also be realized on blockchains now. The only thing that has to be considered is whether or not it is necessary to use blockchain technology. In other words, does a trust problem exist in the relevant business scenario? Does the relevant business need to be decentralized? Is it necessary to build a more effective incentive mechanism by using a blockchain token? If the answer is yes, Asch is able to satisfy the demands.

The Asch platform can be applied to the following application scenarios, but is not limited to them.

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