Anant Singh, the COO of the project Buddy believes that the blockchain technology is very new to everyone and in order to bring it to the outside world, serious developers are needed in this domain which could help build dApps with such utility which would attract general public. Buddy is aiming to provide ease in this domain, by provision of tools for developers so that development of dApps can be made easier.
BlockPublisher got in contact with the COO of the project, Anant Singh recently who explained the problems of blockchain and the solutions Buddy has to offer for them. Blockchain’s main problem was identified by Anant, and he believed that people are always trying to one up each other, but they’re not well equipped enough for the challenge. This is where Buddy comes into play. Buddy provides tools for development, which makes it a lot easier to make dApps on blockchain. Although the project is still in its infancy, but they are on roads of exponential expansion. They’ve already started their services for EOS, ETH, NEO and waves.
Developers are busy in making centralized applications and they don’t have enough time to switch to blockchain, because the technology requires learning from scratch. This is the reason why there are barely any developers in this domain. What the technology needs is to make things faster for these developers. The project Buddy has already been developing tools for centralized applications, hence they understand how necessary it is to bring these tools to blockchain for better adoption by making development easier and faster for developers. All a developer needs to know is the knowledge of C++, and he/she can start writing smart contracts on blockchain right away, Buddy would take care of all the other variables.
Buddy is also promoting the use of cryptos by their token Buddy. Developers can pay for Buddy’s services through their ERC-20 token named Buddy. This token would be used simply for running the network. For people who don’t want to pay using crypto or the token, Buddy has given them an alternative which is very rarely seen in blockchain, which is payments in fiat. People can pay for the services in fiat, the only downside is that the fee would be 25% more in that case.
The TestNet of Buddy would be ready in 2019’s Q1, the ICO has finished and the project has switched completely to private sale.
Upon further asking the COO what his idea of blockchain adoption was and how it could be achieved, Anant told BlockPublisher,
Mass adoption needs more dapps & to have more dapps we need more developers, in order for new developers to come into blockchain we need more tools & provide an easy choice. That’s what buddy is doing.
Although the project is still in its infancy, it is hoped that the vision to bring blockchain to the mainstream by provision of development tools would be soon achieved.