Squeezer a Blockchain Development Platform Based on Microservices

Nick Chisiu, former ConsenSys consultant announces his new company, Squeezer, is the world’s first platform in today’s blockchain industry to merge it with the power of microservices. After Nick stopped working as a blockchain consultant for ConsenSys, he coupled with a diverse portfolio of projects.

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In 2015, Nick created the Squeezer Framework, turning his vision into reality, merging microservices with the power of the blockchain. The Squeezer Framework is very popular among the cryptocurrency community, the Framework see’s an impressive 75,000 downloads per month globally.

Blockchain popularity props up microservices application

As blockchain popularity and market demand made Nick determined to further the development of the platform, Nick has come up with the unique idea of further developing Squeezer by upgrading the blockchain connector based on microservices, The sing unified blockchain connector will allow the apps to be powered by microservices.

Having the apps powered by microservices means that the auto-scalability feature is enabled by default. The microservices also have an auto-healing feature that allows for silent cloud deployments.

Nick Chisiu has an educational background in Informatics and Economics, and has gained insider knowledge through many years of professional experience as well as refining an extensive array of technical and software development skills as a microservices architect.

Additionally, Nick has experience building blockchain-based applications for big enterprises and businesses all around the world. He has the ethos that developing strategic and operational process that would ensue the clients’ growth, efficiency and sustainability.

The Technology Behind Squeezer

Using the blockchain connector, users would have the ability to smoothly interact with the blockchain without having to deal with the whole infrastructure at once. Additionally, to this end, the scalability issues have been solved by using the power of the microservices.

This application will link software developers, global companies and financial institutions that are looking to integrate blockchain technology within their company framework. There are more than 7000 exchanges and slightly over 40 million software developers worldwide. Squeezer creates a unique opportunity for a global companies to use this hassle-free environment as it is easy and accessible to everyone. The platform aims to be the safe haven for building decentralized serverless applications.

SQZR Token

The Squeezer platform is powered by the SQZR token, whose core utility is to pay for subscriptions enabling the user/company to purchase consultancy services provided by the Squeezer team. 4 million tokens have been sold already and even though the soft cap was reached within a few hours from launching, the Squeezer token sale is still on. Millions of tokens are still available to be distributed on the market.

The Squeezer has a dedicated team of advisors and the powerful group will help Squeezer get one step closer to the goal of seeing the implementation of the blockchain connector to life, and bring Nick Chisiu witty ideas to life. Squeezer is definitely one of the blockchain projects to watch in 2018.