China’s national blockchain network adds Polkadot, Oasis and Bityuan support


Blockchain Service Network (also known as BSN), a blockchain infrastructure provider based in China that has the support of the Chinese government, made an announcement today stating that it has integrated major blockchain protocols into its network. These protocols include Polkadot, Oasis, and Bityuan. The following was announced by the company in a tweet that was posted on November 26:

Now, as a result of the newly implemented integration, the developers working on the cross-chain protocol Polkadot will be able to connect to BSN’s public chain. In addition to this, Polkadot enables users to interoperate with a wide variety of blockchains that are part of the Polkadot network and also enables cross-blockchain transfers of any type of data or asset. On the other hand, Oasis focuses on developing decentralised financial tools that are both private and scalable. Regarding Bityuan, which is a public chain initiative with a Chinese focus, Yifan He, CEO of Red Date Technology and executive director of the BSN Development Association, stated in a report that the Bityuan framework was gaining popularity in China and provided the following information:

Recently in China, there has been a surge in the number of commercial use cases that are built on the Bityuan framework. I believe that by implementing this integration, BSN will motivate developers all over the world to create decentralised applications (dapps) that are enterprise-based and geared toward making money.

BSN intended to consolidate the most prominent blockchain networks under a single umbrella in order to deliver a centralised blockchain infrastructure. In point of fact, this new development is the result of BSN’s expansion of its blockchain network, which occurred earlier this year when the company integrated Ethereum, Tezos, Neo, EOSIO, and IrisNet into its network.

In spite of the fact that BSN was introduced in 2019, the international version of the network was introduced in July of this year. This was done to make it possible for blockchain developers to create and run decentralised applications.