- Starting on the 1st of April this week, Hitachi solutions is going to be conducting sales of blockchain software technology company ConsenSys and its product PegaSys Plus.
- This will make Hitachi solutions the first company in Japan allowed to do so.
Starting on the 1st of April this week, Hitachi solutions is going to be conducting sales of blockchain software technology company ConsenSys and its product PegaSys Plus. This will make Hitachi solutions the first company in Japan allowed to do so.
According to a press release published earlier today, Hitachi announced that it will be working in collaboration with the United States-based company ConsenSys in order to provide their product PegaSys Plus to the Japanese market. As an ETH based blockchain platform, PegaSys Plus is a commercial license version of the standard ConsenSys product offering more features and further support.
The founder and CEO of ConsenSys, Joseph Lubin spoken a collaboration between the two companies and said the following:
"We think Japan has the potential to be one of the fastest growing blockchain markets in the world over the coming years, and I am eager to drive that growth with Hitachi. We are committed to bringing our stack of products to Japan and working with the best partner possible to make Japan a global leader in the space."
Hitachi provides many blockchain services including one that provides total support for the introduction, development and operation of distributed applications which will be using PegaSys Plus.
With everything going on in the world right now with the coronavirus pandemic, this is positive block chain news from Japan. Tokyo looks like it’s going to get shut down in order to stem the spread of the virus-like many other countries and cities across the world.