Blockchain infrastructure provider Bison Trails has reportedly disclosed details of a significant industry collaboration with Crypto.com – a top-tier cryptocurrency exchange planning to bring familiar transactional use cases to the crypto markets.
Specifically, Bison Trails is reportedly equipping Crypto.org – a public, open-source payment blockchain tool designed by Crypto.com – with key infrastructure.
As covered in the scope of the mainnet release, Bison Trails will reportedly offer reliable validator node infrastructure, with a goal to help validation and governance participation reach optimal performance.
Regarding technical-related details, Bison Trails will be rolling out participate clusters, query & transact clusters and seed nodes to facilitate the mainnet release.
Bison’s participate clusters are reportedly made up of two components to streamline security – private network-based validator nodes, as well as sensory nodes that interface between the validators and public blockchain.
“This is a pivotal moment in our company that brings us closer to our vision of making crypto assets and transactions accessible to everyone.” Kris Marszalek – Head of Crypto.com – referred to Bison Trails as an “invaluable partner” in the release of the Crypto.org Chain.
The Crypto.org Chain beta run reportedly finalized a total number of 275 million transactions. The Crypto.org Chain will firstly receive the support of Crypto.com Pay – a cashback payment tool.
Previously, Crypto.com has reportedly been onboarded as a principal member of the Australia-based Visa network – a development that is in line with the firm’s efforts to widen the scope of its crypto credit card services.