We connect smart contract blockchain with the real world
Ethereum is a platform that's built specifically for creating smart contracts.
It's worth noting that bitcoin was first to support the basic smart contracts in the sense of that network can transfer the value from one person to another. The network of nodes will only validate transactions, if certain conditions are met. But, bitcoin is limited to the currency use case. By contrast, ethereum replaces bitcoin's more restrictive language (a scripting language of a hundred or so scripts) and replaces it with a language that allows developers to write their own programs. Ethereum allows developers to program their own smart contracts, or 'autonomous agents', as the ethereum whitepaper calls them. The language is 'Turing-complete', meaning it supports a broader set of computational instructions.
Function as 'multi-signature' accounts, so that funds are spent only when a required percentage of people agree
Manage agreements between users. say, if one buys insurance from the other
Provide utility to other contracts (similar to how a software library works)
Store information about an application, such as domain registration information or membership records.
Crypto Soft Malaysia team already deployed more than 100 smart contracts. We audited over 50 ICO contracts
and saved over $300 millions of investor funds.
Token contracts ERC20/ERC223
Crowdsale contracts ICO
Also we offer smart contract auditing for security risks, misbehavior, bugs and inefficiency.
Implement smart contracts on an open-source platform for transparent, fast-forward performance for your business project. Smart contract codes are executed in a decentralized and distributed manner to customize your requirements. Immutable smart contracts provide security and allow the secure storage of digital data. We provide:
The majority of ICO's that came out in 2017 were built on the Ethereum Blockchain thanks in no small part to Ethereum / Smart Contract relationship.
Smart Contracts, in layman terms, are like an “event construct” on the blockchain. Think of them as contracts based on a methodology. As an example, imagine a real-estate token with a smart contract that automatically sealed an agreement when all subjects were removed from a real-estate purchase offer then remitted the deposit to the seller from the buyer’s crypto wallet.