BSN to Establish New Portals in Turkey and Uzbekistan


Turkish Chinese Business Matching Center to be the Exclusive Operator

The Blockchain-based Service Network This is China BSN has declared that it will be initiating two international BSN portals in Turkey and Uzbekistan before the end of 2021.

As Chinese officials are clamping down on crypto mining and other activities that involve digital assets, the government is capitalizing on the fundamental Blockchain technology by expanding the global reach for the state-backed blockchain infrastructure project BSN.

The new portals are being established in accordance with an agreement between Red Date TechnologyBSN’s architect, and the author of the Turkish Chinese Business Matching Center TUCEM, a consulting firm that works to enhance economic cooperation between countries. BSN affirmed that TUCEM will be the exclusive operator of the portals.

These portals will enable blockchain developers in the two countries to construct blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) applications through the global BSN portal. The BSN portal isn’t just for developers, but it allows them to access the major blockchains such as the Ethereum network, Algorand, Polkadot, Tezos, ConsensusAnd QuorumIt resolves development cost challenges and enables interoperability of chains. Blocks

Explaining why Turkey was chosen to set up the new portals, Red Date Technology CEO Yifan He remarked that the country’s historic role as a bridge between Asia and Europe is reflected in its history. It is a great spot for the first BSN portal to be established outside of Asia.

He went on to say that local partners were involved in decision making in Europe, Australia and the United States. “All of them are operated and created by our local partners. The portal owners can leverage BSN infrastructure to build the most powerful BaaS site at minimal cost,” he added, emphasizing the importance of selecting the right partner.

TUCEM President and Head of BSN Turkey Mehmet Akfırat welcomed the collaboration, saying that the portals will boost social development and financial inclusion in the two countries.

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