Waves Enterprise is a hybrid blockchain that combines the advantages of both private and public permissioned blockchain technologies. Depending on the customer’s requirements, a solution can be realized either on a public permissioned or a private network. To ensure additional security of data storage and privacy, a hybrid model can be employed.
Waves Enterprise System Token (WEST) serves as a utility token of payment for all network operations.
Enables viewing of data, publishing and executing smart contracts, administering user access rights, connecting and disconnecting nodes and working with private data.
Facilitates management of the platform’s integration APIs and user access rights, as well as integration of the platform with existing IDM, AD and SSO systems.
Offers a user-friendly API for accessing blockchain data, which is provided in a SQL format suitable for integration with existing applied solutions.
Enables users to focus on business logic implementation, as all required abstractions for blockchain interaction have already been written.
A tool for fast prototyping that facilitates turning a UML model into a smart contract in just a few clicks.
The Waves Enterprise hybrid blockchain platform offers broad functionality and flexibility.
We offer a range of cryptographic algorithm options for network deployment, based on security requirements for a specific solution.
A Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus algorithm is used for the public network, while Proof-of-Authority (PoA) ensures high speeds for the private network.
Smart contracts written in any user-defined programming language are executed in a compact, portable Docker container environment.
A blockchain explorer enables seamless management of permissions and participants, as well as working with contracts and contract drafts.
A network for public projects offers the same functionality as a private network, and can be used for storing private projects’ states and anchoring.
Encrypted confidential data can be transferred between designated network participants, instead of publication on the blockchain.