Microsoft continues their push to bring their Blockchain-as-a-Service to as many enterprises and developers in the world as possible. Moreover, the company recently joined the Chamber of Digital Commerce, which strengthens the company’s position in the field of distributed ledgers.
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Chamber of Digital Commerce Welcomes Microsoft
In a somewhat surprising announcement, Microsoft told the world they have become an active member of the Chamber of Digital Commerce. Cryptocurrency enthusiasts will know this name as they are a major trade organization focusing on Bitcoin’s underlying blockchain technology, how it can be used, and which possibilities are on the horizon.
With such a significant focus on blockchain technology all over the world these days, it is of the utmost importance to identify critical use cases. Not every business model will have the same need for particular blockchain projects or platforms, yet the flexibility of this technology allows developers and engineers to scale the solution to their needs.
Microsoft has ventured into the world of distributed ledgers with their blockchain-as-a-service business model on the Azure platform. Not only does