HAQQ, an ethics-first L1 blockchain committed to empowering individuals and fostering sustainable decentralized finance, and Tatum, a trusted blockchain infrastructure provider and JS framework for Web3, are excited to announce two significant enhancements in their ongoing partnership that represent a significant step forward in their efforts to simplify blockchain app development on HAQQ.
This first stage of the partnership can be summarised into three functions:
- RPC Node Accessibility: The integration of HAQQ RPC within Tatum's infrastructure guarantees developers an affordable and dependable avenue for constructing applications on HAQQ.
- Wallet Provider Ability: To easily create and manage Web3 wallets, securely store private keys, and ensure whole wallet management.
“In a sea of numerous blockchains, it's challenging for developers to find the perfect fit for their projects. Yet, given HAQQ's remarkable progress, the vibrant community rallying behind it, and its distinct value proposition, we believe this partnership holds extensive promise both to Tatum and to HAQQ’s developers.”
Jiri Kobelka, CEO at Tatum
Andrey Kuznetsov, CTO at HAQQ
HAQQ is an ethics-first L1 blockchain that brings together sustainability-centered developers, validators, open-source contributors, and Muslim innovators in sustainable finance with its native asset - Islamic Coin. As an EVM-equivalent chain built using the Cosmos SDK, HAQQ's innovative technology allows for the seamless deployment of smart contracts from other EVM chains. HAQQ aims to create a fairer, more sustainable financial system by balancing Shariah-compliant philosophy with cutting-edge technology using Shariah Oracle - an on-chain registry of Halal Certificates which assures compliance with Islamic principles. HAQQ ensures that its users interact exclusively with whitelisted Shariah-compliant dApps, minimising unethical or Haram activity within the network.
Tatum is an open source software development kit (SDK) that provides the infrastructure and a unified framework for 65+ blockchain protocols, allowing any developer to build Web3 applications with no blockchain experience. It eliminates common obstacles like running nodes and learning to code for individual blockchains by providing a comprehensive suite of easy-to-use features that speed up app development.