Smart Contract Global Marketplace Transient Launches TSC-Core Mainnet On Ethereum, BSC, and HECO Chain Networks

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Transient Network, a decentralized ecosystem providing users with next-generation smart contract services, has announced the launch of its TSC-Core mainnet on Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain (BSC), and HECO Chain Networks. The protocol is working to provide the global community a chance to operate smart contracts without the need to understand deep coding content.

Hereby enabling blockchain adoption and also the use of digital assets in daily activities. Moreover, the level of blockchain and crypto adoption in the past year has accelerated significantly, leaving most computer unenlightened people out of the wagon.

Notably, the TSC-Core decentralized application helps users to create, and manage next-generation smart contracts. Moreover, since the application is well prepared for users without coding know-how, the transient network is well poised for future growth prospects.

“With features like transfer, deposit, and digital signature, TSC-Core lets users create self-executing contracts for a wide range of use cases including startup funding, rental agreements, invoices, will contract, and much more. The DApp’s clean and intuitive interface makes smart contract creation as easy as filling up a simple form,” the company said through a press release.

The smart contract industry is estimated to significantly grow in the next few years following the pandemic. Notably, more industries from around the corners of the world have shifted to using the latest technology including artificial intelligence and blockchain technology.




Furthermore, industries that have implemented these technologies in their daily activities have a vantage point from their competitors.

Notably, Transient Network has positioned itself as the go-to platform for smart contracts by both tech surveys and ordinary users.

“Transient is building the “Amazon of Smart Contracts” — a global marketplace of decentralized applications (DApps) designed to help non-coders to create self-enforcing and self-executing smart contracts for specific use cases and industries. As a blockchain-agnostic and Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible platform, it can develop its DApps on multiple chains with ease,” the company noted.

Forward, the Transient network anticipates launching three other decentralized applications. Among them includes CryptoPool. The CryptoPool DApp will enable users to create their pools for price predictions.

The second decentralized application will be Esports that will enable users to build an ecosystem of P2P markets of their favorite Esports competitions.

The last one is the NDA that lets users create smart contracts that make it easier to work with clients and partners.

Notably, the transient network operates using the TSCT token for governance and paying transactions fees. There are 291,591,552 units of  $TSCT after the company undertook an IDO on Lemonade.