Lambda256 Launches a Blockchain Consortium Mainnet to Onboard Businesses to Web3

Lambda256 an affiliate of Dunamu and Upbit has collaborated with Metacong, CandyPlus, SooHo and Mesh Korea to launch a new blockchain consortium mainnet, The Balance.
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Quick take:

  • Dunamu and Upbit’s affiliate Lambda256 has launched a blockchain consortium mainnet to onboard businesses to Web3.
  • The new tech launchpad named The Balance is an all-in-one platform that will provide customised solutions for brands pivoting to Web3.
  • The platform is collaborating with leading Web3 platforms including Metacong, CandyPlus, and Mesh Korea for the new project.

Lambda256 has launched a blockchain consortium mainnet for Web3 businesses. The platform, dubbed The Balance is created in collaboration with leading Web3 projects, including Metacong – a metaverse project, SooHo.io – a decentralised exchange platform, the CanyPlus NFT and Mesh Korea.

The company is leveraging its multi-partnership with these projects to provide applicable Web 3.0 infrastructures for projects in multiple industry verticals. The Balance is created to provide customised solutions to Web3 businesses. 

The platform was launched on The Balance World metaverse on Metacong, which is also one of its Web3 service partners helping to onboard businesses to Web 3.0. 

CandyPlus, which has more than 28 million downloads and Mesh Korea – with over 100k delivery riders are among the first projects to join The Balance’s new initiative.

The platform has created a Tech Launchpad where any projects or businesses looking to start a Web 3.0 business or solve obstacles while building the project can register to get started, or address issues affecting their Web3 projects.

Successful applicants are taken through an incubation and acceleration stage as they build and implement their strategies for Web3.

Previously known as the Luniverse Mainnet, The Balance is a carbon-neutral multi-layer consortium mainnet created to support multi-chain bridges for tokens and NFTs. The platform is planning to integrate with more blockchains by the end of 2022, including Solana, Polygon and Binance Smart Chain, to add to Ethereum.

Jay Jae-hyun Park, CEO of Lambda 256, said, “We will provide full support to ventures willing to build Web 3.0 businesses where users can be rewarded with their own data and activities using The Balance mainnet and Tech Launchpad.”

“Lambda256 will contribute to the growth of an economy where everyone can experience and share the rewards. We also plan to accelerate the expansion of global service partners and validators in the second half of this year,” he added.

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