Category: Blockchain

  • Blockchain For Trade Finance

    Introduction The smooth functioning of international trade relies heavily on trade finance, which serves as a critical enabler for cross-border transactions. A wide range of essential financial instruments and products helps to facilitate the timely and efficient delivery of goods and services across international boundaries. However, traditional systems have long suffered from inefficiencies and complexities.…

  • Blockchain Interview Questions

    Preface – This post is part of the Blockchain Basics series. Introduction Blockchain is a concept that has a list of records called blocks that store data publicly and in chronological order. In Blockchain, the Cryptography methodology is used to encrypt the information or data to ensure the privacy of the user. Blockchain is a…

  • Create Object History in SAP Blockchain

    Preface – This post is part of the Blockchain on SAP Cloud Platform and ABAP Programs series. In this article, we will learn how to create a block in Blockchain on the SAP Cloud Platform. METHOD create_object_history. DATA: lo_http_client TYPE REF TO if_http_client. DATA: response TYPE string, lv_url TYPE string, lv_auth TYPE string. CONSTANTS :…

  • Get Proof history from the Blockchain Service using SAP ABAP

    Preface – This post is part of the Blockchain on SAP Cloud Platform and ABAP Programs series. In this step, we will call the blockchain service again using the token that we have stored in above step. And then we will receive the history of transactions from blockchain. METHOD get_proof_history. DATA: lo_http_client TYPE REF TO if_http_client.…

  • Blockchain Implementation in ABAP

    Preface – This post is part of the Blockchain on SAP Cloud Platform series. Introduction With the introduction of Blockchain in SAP Cloud Platform, the important questions for SAP developers was its implementation in SAP ABAP. All the client information of SAP is mainly on premise based. The major amount of data is already stored in…

  • R3 Corda Platform Introduction

    Preface – This post is part of the Blockchain Basics series. Introduction Corda is an open source private blockchain platform, introduced by R3 that integrates the existing proven technologies such as relational database, Java Machine (JVM) in blockchain for ERP and business solutions. Corda has published a whitepaper to discuss the underline technologies; you can…

  • Quorum Introduction

    Preface – This post is part of the Blockchain Basics series. Introduction Quorum is a private and permissioned blockchain developed on top of Go and Ethereum technology mainly for Enterprise based solution. An Ethereum is a decentralized platform which is used to run smart contracts. In this Quorum Introduction we will explore more about it.…

  • Multichain Introduction

    Preface – This post is part of the Blockchain Basics series. Introduction Multichain is off-the-shelf private blockchain platform developed primarily for institutional financial sectors. It provides privacy, openness and control to the network administrator (that can be either miner of the first “genesis” block or a predefined miners set as Admin by previous Admin). Multichain…

  • Hyperledger Introduction

    Preface – This post is part of the Blockchain Basics series. Introduction In 2015, many corporations came along and created an open source blockchain platform beneath the guardianship of Linux Foundation and named it Hyperledger. Hyperledger, since then, has evolved a lot. It’s launched multiple frameworks and tools for the same. Among them Hyperledger Fabric…

  • Consensus Mechanism

    Preface – This post is part of the Blockchain Basics series. Introduction The literal meaning of consensus is “A general agreement” which means a consensus for a Blockchain is a mechanism of validating transaction before pushing it into a block, based on general agreement. The common example of agreement can be seen in bitcoin where…