Blockchain accreditation of aelf Enterprise beveiligt belangrijke in China

Aelf (ELF), one of the world’s leading blockchain ecosystems, said on Friday it was the first public blockchain developer to receive three accreditation functions, performance and reliability from the China Institute for standardization of electronic technology CESI. 

The CESI accreditation program is part of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China (MIIT). This points to the nation’s determined efforts to ensure the full transparency, security and functioning of blockchain systems. It should be noted that today the company has passed its third certification test, “the reliability of blockchain”, which performs extremely well.

China’s broad optimism about aelf businesses
Today, there is growing worldwide hype around blockchain technology and its potential. Over time, more and more countries are adopting distributed ledger technology to improve existing traditional centralized systems. To date, China is seen as the emerging leader of blockchain. The country points to blockchain as a convincing national strategy and strongly encourages its implementation. 

In early May, China adopted its first major blockchain infrastructure platform, Aelf enterprise, to meet the needs of Future Blockchain applications in Tianjin. Since then, the company has been actively fighting to obtain all three of its CESI accreditations. Although Elf has already decoupled between the reliability of operations and the system’s recoverability, it has proven its super effectiveness by earning a hundred points in the reliability test.

“Aelf has developed the most reliable blockchain for users that will protect them from any financial or cyber attack,” said Aelf CEO haobo ma. And this certification is another proof that supports the integrity and core capabilities of our blockchain platform.”

It should be noted that the reliability test of blockchain is conducted on-site by technical experts who evaluate the blockchain’s infrastructure from five main aspects.

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