Convening business networks where everyone can win

Transformation isn’t always easy, and technology shouldn’t stand in the way. Drive operational agility and open new revenue streams through trusted data exchange and workflow automation beyond your organization boundaries.

Engage Bellurbis’s expert engineers to develop smart contracts, web & mobile apps, MVPs, POCs, tokens, NFTs, layer-2 scaling, wallet integrations and more. We don’t just build on-chain, we develop all the supporting infrastructure to enable any blockchain product.

Using blockchain technology will allow banks, payment systems, and big corporations to avoid intermediaries, reduce costs, reinforce security, and make banking more efficient.

Learn how Bellurbis is creating new technologies and leveraging them to build a positive impact on the world.


Benefits


How does blockchain work for business?

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Consensus

Shared ledgers are updated only after the transaction is validated by all relevant participants involved.

Replication

Once a block — the record of an event — is approved, it is automatically created across the ledgers for all participants in that channel.

Immutability

More blocks can be added, but not removed, so there is a permanent record of every transaction, which increases trust among the stakeholders.

Security

Only authorized entities are allowed to create blocks and access them. Only trusted partners are given access permission.

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Industries

Remove friction, build trust and unlock new value across businesses and industries with the power of Bellurbis’s Blockchain Experts. What will we solve together? Explore more.


Blockchain Application Development

Our products dynamically scale with your application to meet the demands of your users.

Bellurbis helps to improve the reliability and performance of our service and saves us, developers, time and resources so you can focus instead on accelerating core product development.

Ethereum

The most popular platform allows you to develop a blockchain application and create your own ecosystem with a language called Solidity.

Hyperledger

If you need a corporate tool for exchanging data within your own company, Hyperledger is great for you.

R3 Corda

Corda is a platform for creating permissioned blockchains, and the best thing about it is that you can easily integrate it with legacy systems

Ripple

This platform is extremely fast and allows up to five transactions per second, created for the one who plans to use financial tools


We're the leading provider of Web3/dApp development services for startups and enterprises. 

We build dApps and smart contracts on solid foundations. Some of the significant tech stacks and SDKs that our developers are specially versed in are: 

  • MEAN stack i.e., MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS/Angular, and Node.js 
  • Web3 SDKs like web3.js, web3.py, and ethers.js 
  • Blockchain network: Ethereum, Polygon, Near, Cosmos Sdk and much more.


Decentralized 

Web3 applications are built on decentralized networks. Therefore, the records are tamper-proof and cannot be altered by any compromised security or hacking. 


Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Blockchain Technology

AR and VR space are investigating ways to harness blockchain technology to give virtual items and assets unique properties and value. Some, like VersesSuperWorld, and Arcona are experimenting with merging AR and blockchain technology to sell virtual real estate. Others, like Lampix, are working on using computer vision and AR along with blockchain technology to track virtually represented data between users and businesses like cafes, bars, and restaurants.