Delta empowers developers to create high performance distributed ledger solutions
Veres Delta is a blockchain application platform that makes it simple to get blockchains up and running quickly
We built Veres Delta from our experience building blockchain solutions for Fortune 100 clients. You wouldn’t build a database from scratch, so why build a blockchain from scratch?
You want to start your blockchain project as quickly as possible, to see how it works in the real world. You want to learn by doing… the fun stuff.
We’ve taken one piece of the blockchain development cycle and made it easy to spin up. Leaving you more time to build your idea.
The Solution: Veres Delta
Veres Delta is our internal blockchain development tools packaged for an external audience. We like to think of Delta as a practical, base layer for your Proof of Concept or Pilot Project. We built private label blockchain solutions for large Fortune 100 companies and national governments.
While we can’t name our clients yet, you might be able to "read between the lines." Veres Delta uses the same technology we used to build Veres One, the world's first production-grade Decentralized Identifier Ledger.
An Adaptive Framework
Flexible Data Model
At the core is Veres Delta’s flexible JSON-based semantic data model. This data model enables developers to use their existing tooling to quickly tune their blockchain to specific market verticals (trade supply chains, regulatory auditing, medical information sharing, etc.) without having to cram their idea into a constraining data model designed for a different use, like Bitcoin or Ethereum.
We’ve thought through the architecture layering, storage subsystems, consensus protocols, and HTTP APIs. Our design, which uses the Web Ledger protocol, enables different fit-for-purpose blockchains to use the same HTTP APIs, core data model, and syntax. This minimizes client code and maximizes reusability. Our pluggable modules contain: Storage engines (MongoDB), Consensus engines (Continuity, Unilateral), Data engines (market vertical-specific data models; e.g. supply chain, healthcare, food safety), Query engines (market vertical-specific indexing and searching of information).
Veres Delta is benchmarked at 200 operations per second. That's 17 million blockchain operations per day, and over 6 billion operations per year. Delta employs the world’s first wait-free consensus mechanism, which means you can rely on the blockchain with absolute certainty within seconds. No more waiting for minutes to hours as you do with Bitcoin or Ethereum.
Self Sovereign Identity
Identity management is often an essential part of a blockchain network. Delta blockchains can be configured to work with Decentralized Identifiers and Verifiable Credentials, two standards-based technologies that when combined can satisfy most identity management needs in a privacy preserving and user-centric manner. We’ve taken these standards and created Veres One for Decentralized identifiers and Veres.io for digital credentialing.
A Solid Foundation
Veres Delta is built on production hardened technology solutions and international standards
Long-term storage backed by one of the most popular schemaless databases in the world. Scales to many hundreds of petabytes in size.
Blazingly fast lookups and queries backed by one of the fastest in-memory cache databases in the world.
Web-scale data interoperability for complex industry verticals supported by an industry standard, common data model and syntax.
Globally resolvable, self-administered, cryptographic identifiers that enable strong blockchain-based identity solutions.
Web Ledger 1.0
An standardizable open protocol and data model for building decentralized ledgers.
Advanced authorization capabilities when accessing private, off-chain data. Enables complex auditing use cases involving trade secrets and mission critical data.
A modern web application platform that helps you get your ideas to market quickly by reducing the engineering effort of launching a new product.
Veres Delta runs on any Unix-based operating system that supports Node.js 8.9+ and MongoDB 3.4+, including Ubuntu, Mac OS X, Debian, RedHat, Amazon Linux, and SuSE.
Minimum System Requirements
512MB of RAM and 1GB of storage
Built by Innovators
Veres Delta is built by the team at Digital Bazaar. We are developers dedicated to building modular and open technology solutions. We are leaders in decentralized technologies, cryptography solutions, and Linked Data ecosystems. We actively drive technical standards at the W3C and IETF standards setting organizations.
Founders of Digital Bazaar authored the JSON-LD specification which is used by Microsoft, Google, Yandex, and global search engines to categorize everything on the web.
We wrote the Forge cryptography library, which is used by NASA, national election systems, and the Let’s Encrypt system to provide security to a large part of the Internet. Forge is installed more than 2.6 million times a week.
Our engineers invented the first general solution for the RDF Dataset Canonicalization problem, enabling graphs of information (social networks, business networks, supply chain networks) to be digitally signed in a standard way.
We invented the worlds first patent-free, non-blocking, wait-free byzantine fault tolerant consensus algorithm for achieving consensus in decentralized ledgers.
We coined the term “Decentralized Identifiers” in 2014. Implemented the world’s first DID network (authorization.io) in 2015 as well as the worlds first whisper network powered by DIDs for securely sending and receiving private messages.
Authored Web Specs
Digital Bazaar has authored multiple global standards and pre-standards, including: RDFa 1.1, JSON-LD, Signing HTTP Messages, Verifiable Credentials, Decentralized Identifiers, CapAuth, Web Ledger, Activity Pub and other foundational self-administered identity technology.
We created the Web Payments and Credential Handler Polyfills which enable all browsers to support the W3C specifications without requiring a specific browser upgrades. We co-founded the Web Payments work at W3C.
Our organization maintains a number of Web-critical reference implementations and systems, including JSON-LD, Linked Data Signatures/Proofs, Veres One, Forge, and the w3id.org permanent identifier service.