The partnership between CasperLabs and HeraSoft will see the development of asset tracing and ownership on the Casper network.
Today, we are excited to announce our partnership with ransomware-proof enterprise solutions provider HeraSoft to launch the next phase of asset tracing and token protocol development on the Casper network. The collaboration with HeraSoft will migrate the company’s gold-backed asset token, Anthem Gold, onto the Casper network and accelerate the development of critical token protocols for the Casper ecosystem. HeraSoft will also leverage the Casper Network to continue expanding its enterprise offering of secure, ransomware-proof technology solutions.
The HeraSoftTM ransomware-proof solution (RPSTM) helps organizations be more secure, function faster and far less expensively than any traditional centralized enterprise cloud solution available today. HeraSoft's distributed solution eliminates single points of failure that make cloud-based software systems vulnerable to cyber attacks. HeraSoft works as a stand-alone solution or can be layered on to enhance the existing software's security. By deploying HeraSoft, enterprises and government organizations can enhance both data cybersecurity and application cybersecurity across industries (i.e. import/export, banking, health, etc.).
Anthem Gold is a project by HeraSoft to tokenize, buy, own, track, and sell physical gold represented on a blockchain network. The Anthem Gold solution is powered by the token $AGLD, a “gold-backed asset token” which represents true physical ownership of gold.
Since its inception, Anthem Gold has been at the forefront of digital ownership of physical goods. Anthem Gold’s blockchain solution is currently built on Hercules, a supply chain network that operates on top of Ethereum. Supply chain applications need a protocol that is both immutable and upgradeable. As gold is traded in the physical world, its digital footprint must follow with certainty. With recent volatile transaction costs and network latency, Anthem sought a sustainable solution that could offer decentralization and unmatched scalability, which they found in Casper. Using Casper, HeraSoft can now realize the potential of its tokenized gold-backed asset, without remotely compromising on performance or security.
HeraSoft is partnering with CasperLabs to migrate its Hercules platform from Ethereum onto the Casper network. Core to this process is the Casper Solidity to Rust transpiler - called the Caspiler. The Caspiler allows teams to easily bring their dapps onto the Casper network from Solidity-based blockchains without having to redevelop everything from scratch. Through the HeraSoft partnership, CasperLabs will fine tune the Caspiler so dapps currently written in Solidity can quickly benefit from Casper’s scalability.
HeraSoft currently uses the ERC20, ERC721, and ERC1155 token protocols in its Ethereum-based solution for Anthem Gold. The Casper network already supports ERC20, and we will additionally implement ERC721 and ERC1155 protocols to support the Anthem Gold solution.
We’re excited to partner with HeraSoft to build a sustainable, long-lasting, and scalable solution for its gold-backed asset management solution and beyond.
More about Casper:
Casper lets organizations of all kinds realize the power and potential of blockchain technology. The Casper protocol powers the first fully decentralized, proof-of-stake blockchain network. Casper allows businesses to create new markets and unlock value by tokenizing nearly any asset, without compromising on performance or security.
More about CasperLabs:
CasperLabs, the developer of the Casper Network, provides professional services and support for organizations building on the Casper network. Guided by open source principles, CasperLabs is committed to supporting the next wave of blockchain adoption among businesses and providing developers with a reliable and secure framework to build private, public and hybrid blockchain applications. Its team possesses deep enterprise technology experience, hailing from organizations including Google, Adobe, AWS, Dropbox and Microsoft.