Allows seamless deployment of Ontology nodes for enterprise companies
New York and Singapore, February 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – Ontology, a high-performance public blockchain and distributed trust collaboration platform announced today the integration of the Triones Node infrastructure onto the Bison Trails platform, a premier infrastructure as a service platform focused on blockchain participation. This strategic integration will allow enterprises that are testing and deploying on Ontology to launch nodes effortlessly without compromising technical standards or service levels.
According to Deloitte’s 2018 global blockchain survey, 95% of companies across industries made an investment into blockchain projects, with 2019 marking the year those came to fruition. As enterprises begin to take blockchain seriously, a need for enterprise-grade blockchain solutions has come to the forefront. Ontology, through its integration with the Bison Trails infrastructure platform, will now be able to support their needs with strong identification and interchain communication and flexible and trustless exchanges across business enterprises.
“The future of enterprise blockchain involves enabling businesses that help drive transactions to easily participate in both the security and profitability of the chain they’ve chosen. The Bison Trails and Ontology partnership puts in place the foundation to catalyze adoption of the technology.” Joe Lallouz, Co-Founder and CEO of Bison Trails
The Ontology network currently has  Triones node operators and  consensus node members across the globe. The strategic integration of Bison Trails will further decentralize high-performance node management and streamline node initiation allowing new enterprises that are testing and deploying on Ontology to launch nodes effortlessly without compromising technical standards, service levels or cost.
“Unlike many other ‘post Bitcoin’ blockchains, Ontology has been focused on enterprise and real-world deployment from day one, successfully launching mainnet back in 2018,” said Li Jun, Founder of Ontology. “Ontology is focused on providing value by enabling global businesses to collaborate in a secure trusted fashion faster and with fewer costs than ever before,”
“We are excited to be the first customer of the Bison Trails and Ontology node infrastructure solution and look forward to continued growth with the Bison Trails platform globally,” said Ash Egan, Partner at Accomplice.
For more information on the Bison Trails and Ontology integration, please visit: https://bisontrails.co/ontology/
Ontology is a high-performance public blockchain and distributed collaboration platform. Architected in Asia with global teams, Ontology’s unique infrastructure supports robust cross-chain collaboration, Layer 2 scalability and includes a suite of decentralized identity (DID) and data sharing protocols to enhance the speed, security, and trust that are fundamental to enhanced global cooperation among businesses. These characteristics are particularly important for future global collaboration with on-chain and off-chain scenarios.
Bison Trails is an Infrastructure-as-a-Service company, based in New York City, specifically focused on blockchain participation. We’ve built a platform for anyone who wants to participate in new chains effortlessly (e.g. by running Cosmos Validators, Tezos Bakers, and Libra Validators, etc.)—without having to invest time and resources into developing any of the engineering, protocol, dev ops, or security competencies in-house. Our goal is for the entire blockchain ecosystem to flourish by providing robust infrastructure for the pioneers of tomorrow.
Accomplice & Accomplice Blockchain – early-stage venture investors and believers in blockchain who can provide patient capital and a partner ecosystem built for founders. The Accomplice portfolio includes Angel List, Carbon Black, DraftKings, DataRobot, DataXu, Hopper, Pillpack, Skillz, Recorded Future, and many more. The Accomplice Blockchain portfolio includes: Bison Trails, Coda, Coinlist, Dapper Labs, FalconX, Hashgraph, Nash, Near, Ontology, Protocol Labs, Sibex, Tor.us, and more.