Build on OneLedger
Security. Efficiency. Transparency.
Developers can start building Dapps on the OneLedger network with a one click setup of OneLedger’s environment through GCP downloading.
By utilising OneLedger’s full suite of developer tools, businesses and developers will receive access to the OneLedger protocol, and be able to run the node within seconds. By launching the full node, developers get access to the OneLedger blockchain network.
With access to the OneLedger protocol, developers can start building Dapps right away. They even have the capability to launch their own blockchain on top of the OneLedger protocol. With the interoperability, they will be able to interact with multiple blockchains after running the full node.
How to build your own blockchain project?
Our Blockchain Developer Resources is a place to get started and find the tools you need to develop and build applications on the OneLedger blockchain. In a massive, talented open source blockchain community. We strive to build a pantheon of valuable developer resources to assist developers of all levels.
OneLedger is committed to assist developers and entrepreneurs to build their future through blockchain. As we saw a need for better sharing of development tools and components among both new and experienced developers, we are eager to provide you with a guide to available tools and platforms for developing blockchain projects
The core of OneLedger is that developers everywhere create and launch code which runs across a distributed network instead of existing on a centralized server.
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