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Zeeve Reveals Coreum Developer Tools for More Secure Blockchain APIs and Development of Web3 Applications

February 15, 2023

Enterprise Graded Blockchains (EGB) is a new standard introduced by Coreum for blockchain networks specifically designed to provide the essential tools and infrastructure for enterprises of any size to build and run decentralized applications.

In compliance with ISO20022, some key elements EGB networks bring are security, scalability, interoperability, efficiency, and compatibility with regulatory requirements.

The introduction of quality standards is warmly welcomed by the enterprise blockchain developer community, given the often rocky roads developers have traveled over the last decade, investing millions of dollars in building best-effort platforms and applications, only to meet unforeseen challenges and even catastrophic business failures.

ISO20022 raises the bar on standards and requirements including real-time settlements with transaction details while not exposing confidential details of parties/subjects involved, provisioning of optional KYC features on-chain, immutability and irreversibility through cryptography, utilization of triple-entry accounting and consensus systems and more.

Key to compliance is the proven ability to provision of 1500 transactions per second as a minimum, as well as on-chain interoperability capability and cross-chain bridges to other blockchains. Use of a secure, electronic, and time-stamped transaction ledger database shared by all parties in a distributed network is fundamental, along with auditable and irrevocable transaction history.

Blockchain technology including distributed ledger has shown huge potential for financial institutions, promising considerable savings in infrastructure, transactionality, and administrative costs. “There’s a lack of a Layer-1 blockchain technology able to ease the financial markets' regulatory concerns while providing secure, fast, cost-efficient and scalable transactions,” Coreum explains on their website.

This week at ITEXPO, one of the world’s longest running, largest, and more prestigious technology conferences and expositions in the world, Zeeve demonstrated support for Coreum on the Zeeve platform.

Zeeve helps web3 developers and enterprises connect with blockchains using a reliable and secure web3 infrastructure platform. Developers can deploy reliable Coreum nodes and validator nodes, and secure API endpoints at dramatically higher speeds, addressing one of the biggest challenges in the enterprise blockchain and distributed ledger domains.

Zeeve is a low code web3 DevOps automation platform that is cloud agnostic and supports multiple Blockchain protocols with advanced analytics and monitoring of nodes and networks.

Zeeve features a powerful set of APIs to build DApps for a plethora of use cases across industries including asset tokenization, NFTs, DEX, Stablecoins, etc. Zeeve supports Decentralized Finance (DeFi) space with decentralized storage, trusted nodes, and smart contracts.

Given the fact that Coreum uses a Bonded Proof of Stake (BPoS) consensus method, it is not subject to the criticism leveled at other blockchains for their high energy costs. Additionally, Coreum’s scalability and throughput guarantee that the network’s functioning won’t result in the astronomical fees that impede other blockchains.

Coreum uses WebAssembly (WASM) as the Smart Contracts engine, addressing the well-known drawbacks of previous Smart Contract engines, such as the Ethereum Virtual Machine, including security holes, data scalability issues, and the requirement for integration with Solidity, the language used to write Smart Contracts. Other programming languages including C/C++, JavaScript/Typescript, Rust, Kotlin, and Go can also use WASM in addition to its notable characteristics like portability, efficiency, and turning completeness.

On the Coreum chain, smart tokens are natively issued tokens that are wrapped around smart contracts. They are made to be lightweight, flexible, and extendable with a high degree of customizability.

Zeeve’s enterprise-grade web3 infrastructure management platform simplifies web development on the Coreum network including:

Coreum Managed nodes or Bring Your Own Cloud:

Deploy the Coreum network with the help of Zeeve. Deploy either a fully managed Coreum node service or bring your own cloud and use Zeeve for deployment, monitoring, and management. We support all major cloud providers.

Secure RPC endpoints:

Use the Zeeve proprietary architecture to gain access to secure connections on the Coreum Chain using military-grade security features.

Developer Friendly:

Zeeve’s Coreum node-managed service is highly optimized for performance and availability. The platform supports both TestNet and MainNet deployments, full nodes, and Validator nodes.  You are ensured about the health of your Coreum nodes using our user-friendly monitoring dashboards and proactive alerts & notifications.

Enterprise-grade uptime:

The Zeeve Coreum node service is a must-have for any developer looking for a platform with a powerful on-chain governance model that allows the blockchain to implement changes automatically without a hard fork. With our high availability, reliability & performance you can focus more time developing your application instead of worrying about server uptime or speed!

Ready plugins

Work with flexible APIs, powerful tools, and a ready set of libraries available to set up with your  secure Coreum node via a simple control panel.


 Monitoring ensures that your network remains safe and secure. We provide monitoring for Coreum nodes in the chain, so you always know what’s going on with them!

Zeeve also supports the deployment and management of nodes and services for the other blockchain protocols including EthereumPolygonBNB ChainAvalancheFantomTronBitcoin, AXIA, Kusama and more.  It provides ready-to-plug services like decentralized storage, decentralized identity, oracles, IoT as a service, etc. for building dApps faster.

Arti Loftus is an experienced Information Technology specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the research, writing, and editing industry with many published articles under her belt.

Edited by Erik Linask

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