Tatum, a blockchain development platform, announced today that Harmony, a fast and open blockchain that places an emphasis on cross-chain compatibility is now integrated into Tatum.
Firstly, Harmony features 2-second transaction finality and 100 times lower fees than Ethereum. Furthermore, Harmony includes a highly secure random state sharding mechanism and offers cross-chain asset transfers from Ethereum, Binance, and other blockchains.
The Harmony DeFi ecosystem is now accessible to developers of all skill levels; as Tatum’s unified API allows them to leverage its powerful functionality without coding for the blockchain itself.
Tatum + Harmony
“So let’s get straight to it. Tatum’s API consolidates otherwise complex blockchain operations into single API calls that can be seamlessly integrated into your backend code. You don’t have to log in any time learning a new language or figuring out an entirely new environment, you can do everything in whatever programming language you’re already working in. If you’re already a blockchain veteran and want to code directly for Harmony nodes, you can do that too. Tatum brings the best of both worlds for all levels of developers.”
– The Tatum Team
What you can do on Harmony with Tatum:
Web3 driver — connect directly to Tatum’s infrastructure and skip setting up and running your own node.
Generate & Transform
Developers can deploy ready-to-go NFTs on Harmony using Tatum’s unified NFT API endpoints. Tatum’s NFT smart contracts are standardized and can be deployed instantly with zero smart contract coding.
For more info, see the full guide for working with NFTs in Tatum plus NFT API documentation to find out everything possible with NFTs on Harmony.
Send, Invoke, Broadcast
- Send — send ONE or Tatum-supported HRM20 tokens from one account to another.
- Invoke — invoke an existing smart contract method on Harmony.
- Broadcast — broadcast a signed transaction to the Harmony blockchain.