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Blockchain Development

Cryptocurrency, Smart-Contracts, and enterprise Blockchain app development require great responsibility and oversight due to their high financial risk. That's why we rely on established and efficient internal processes, creating a sophisticated approach to quality control. The projects from the TOP 100 rating of CoinMarketCap entrust outsourced blockchain app development to our team for blockchain app development.



Outsourcing blockchain app development for B2B

We create, design, and deploy enterprise-grade solutions, based on blockchain technology, for industries such as finance, logistics, information security, real estate, remote identification, secure data storage, etc.
Our team can develop, integrate, and deploy crypto-fiat gateways into your product.


Smart Contract Development| Creation and Issuance of cryptocurencies

Using technologies such as Ethereum, NEM, Polkadot, Solana and more we develop smart contract solutions for projects focused on Defi (decentralized finance) and other areas.


Cryptocurrency exchanges

Outsource blockchain development for trading with crypto assets (digital assets), development of DEXs (decentralized exchanges), trading panels, integration of various widgets for use in your products.
OTC-platforms development.


Outstaffing team of blockchain developers

Dedicated blockchain developers team. Skills, expertise, and competence of our developers enable developing a project from scratch quickly and efficiently, as well as with improving an existing product. We have successful experience in building blockchain teams for Storj Labs, Bloom protocol.



Development of dApps for decentralized finance, which includes products for Yield farming, Staking, DEX. Development of a unique product from scratch, as well as a fork of existing and proven solutions in the market, such as: Uniswap, Sushiswap, YFI, YFII, YAMv2, and others.


Secure storage of cryptocurrency

Server solutions for cold and hot storage of cryptocurrency;
Mobile cryptocurrency wallet;
Integration of storage functions and cryptocurrency transactions into your products.



Decentralized App is an application that uses the principles of decentralized storage and computing and can be deployed on blockchain technology.
We create Decentralized Apps based on the following platforms: Ethereum, Quorum, Bitcoin (and its forks), Graphene (BitShares), EOS, Cosmos, Hyperledger Fabric.


Web and mobile development outsourcing

We design and develop user-friendly interfaces and mobile apps for your blockchain projects.


Crypto friendly

We accept your project's native crypto as a payment method for our services (if your project is in CMC 300 rating), which allows you to save more cash on your bank account to drive other business needs.

Why Boosty Labs


Fact1: $1.8 Bln was transferred through the system of international money transfers during the course of the year with the use of a blockchain developed by our team.


Fact2: Our team was one of the first to participate in creating dApp for Samsung Blockchain SDK.


Fact3: We have been engaged in outsource blockchain development since 2015, long before it became mainstream.


Fact4: We were one of the first to participate in the decentralized cloud storage products development.



Our company specializes in outsourcing blockchain app development and cryptocurrency-related projects.

Projects for established leaders

Blockchain startups developed with our participation are already full-fledged, successful projects rated in the TOP 100 by CoinMarketCap.

Quick start

Ready to cover any required blockchain specialist vacancy for our customers within 2 weeks.

The Boosty Labs team took part in the development of more than 10 open source projects.

We know how to make your open source project reliable and profitable.


Storj Labs Storj Labs
Elixxir Elixxir
ConsenSys ConsenSys
NEAR Protocol NEAR Protocol


Blockchain is a technology for encrypting and storing data (registry), which are distributed over many computers connected in a common network. Blockchain is a digital database of information that reflects all completed transactions. All records in the blockchain are presented in the form of blocks, which are interconnected by special keys. Each new block contains data about the previous one.

Blockchain is used to store and transmit digital data. These can be both financial and non-financial assets (for example, images or objects of the video game industry). Blockchain technology allows assigning an asset unique information about its ownership to a specific person. At the same time, such information cannot be forged, deleted or quietly changed. 

The basic principles of the blockchain (the distribution and combination of data about the authenticity of a document into blocks) were developed back in the early 1990s based on even earlier mathematical concepts. In 1991-1992, American scientists Wakefield Scott Stornetta, Stuart Haber and Dave Byer described the technology of sequential creation of data blocks, in which a certificate of authenticity and information about the date of generation are fixed using cryptographic algorithms and a hash tree. But at that time there was no technical possibility for the practical implementation of this idea.

In 2004, the American programmer Harold Thomas Finney II developed the RPoW system, which is considered the prototype of the cryptocurrency. In October 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto (this is the pseudonym of a person or group of people) in a scientific article on the first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, proposed using blockchain technology to create a decentralized and independent payment system with a limited supply of assets. Bitcoin development began in 2007 and ended in 2009. Blockchain technology became relevant when there was a need for fast and reliable transfer of digital data.

How Blockchain Works

Blockchain allows each member of the network to have access to a distributed database. At the same time, the blockchain does not store the data itself, but records of events (transactions) in their chronological sequence. All new records are checked for authenticity – to be entered into the blockchain, they must be confirmed by the majority of network participants. Records are grouped into blocks, which are combined into chains. Data that has entered the blockchain cannot be changed or deleted without violating the integrity of the block chain.

Types of Blockchain

Blockchain can work both in a public (open) network, to which any user has access, and in a private (closed), for example, in a corporate network in case of using confidential data. In private versions of the blockchain, different levels of access for users and different complexity of information encryption can be provided. The most famous example of a public blockchain is Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Corporations use blockchain not only in the financial sector, but also in other sectors, for example, in the entertainment industry (for issuing tickets) and healthcare (to protect patient data).There are also hybrid networks that combine the properties of both open and closed networks.

Blockchain can be classified according to various criteria:

by transaction objects:

  • information;
  • virtual value (value, the analogue of which is absent in the "real world" – for example, Bitcoin);

by type of network access:

  • unlimited (networks in which participants are allowed to carry out any activity);
  • limited (networks that limit the activities of participants);

according to the requirements for passing identification:

  • anonymous;
  • pseudo-anonymous;
  • complete identification;

according to the applied network consensus protocol:

  • PoW (Proof-of-work) – the right to certify a block is given to a participant based on the his performance oof some fairly complex work that satisfies predetermined criteria.
  • PoS (Proof-of-stake) – the right to certify a block is given to the account holder when the amount of his funds and the period of their ownership meet the specified criteria. The formulas for calculating the criteria may vary slightly.
  • PoS + PoW – a hybrid of PoW and PoS, when blocks can be verified both through calculated PoS criteria and PoW enumeration. The purpose of this approach is to complicate the recalculation of the entire chain (from the very first block), which is possible in the case of using PoS in its purest form.
  • PBFT (Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance), Paxos, RAFT – multi-stage network consensus establishment algorithms. The algorithms of this group allow the blockchain to function at low cost and have a significant throughput, but are weakly resistant to an increase in the number of participants.
  • Non-BFT (Non Byzantine Fault Tolerance) – consensus algorithms that are unstable to behavior in which some participants start working against the network. Such algorithms are applicable in closed networks with full identification.

by the presence of a central administrator:

  • there is a central administrator;
  • there is no central administrator.

Where is Blockchain Used?

Blockchain is used in all areas where the speed of information transfer with a high degree of protection is required. The technology is used to launch and operate cryptocurrencies and digital currencies, when concluding smart contracts for the supply of goods, when generating non-fungible tokens (NFT), in banking and legal areas, in network administration and in the gaming industry. Blockchain technologies are used in the work of public authorities (for example, when conducting and processing the results of referendums and voting), in the activities of public and non-public corporations, public organizations and individuals.


Any cryptocurrency functions on the basis of blockchain technology. The technology is used both in the issuance (release) of new cryptocurrencies and the generation of new tokens (coins), as well as in settlements with existing ones. Now there are more than 13,000 cryptocurrency projects in the world. Calculations in cryptocurrencies are used by PayPal and Square payment systems and one of the largest international banks, JP Morgan. 

Cryptocurrencies tend to have high volatility. For investments in cryptocurrencies, there are specialized cryptocurrency exchanges.

Digital Currency

Some countries are launching pilot projects to create national digital currencies based on blockchain technology. China has achieved high results in this regard – the digital yuan became the first digital currency adopted in a major global economy.

Central bank digital currencies (CBDC) have also been launched by the Central Bank of the Bahamas (sand dollar), the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (DCash) and the Central Bank of Nigeria (e-naira). The governments (or Central Banks) of the Netherlands, Japan, Russia, Kazakhstan and Ecuador have announced plans to issue their national digital currencies.

Smart Contracts

Blockchain technology allows you to enter into smart contracts. Smart contracts are fully digital contacts, information about which is protected by encryption. Their key difference is the automatic control and execution of the clauses of the contract. When the conditions are met, the contract ends automatically, without additional actions and the participation of lawyers. Smart contracts allow you to track the entire supply chain, which reduces or completely eliminates the possibility of counterfeiting or illegal actions with products.


NFT is a type of token where each instance is unique, it cannot be replaced or exchanged for another token. NFT testifies to the ownership of any asset in the blockchain and allows you to sell and buy virtual objects: music, photographs, paintings, drawings.

Game Industry

Another area of ​​blockchain application is the gaming industry. Based on cryptocurrency technologies, GameFi projects are being implemented (from the English "game" and  "finance"), combining game mechanics and NFT. These are online games that record everything that happens in the game in transactions on the blockchain and allow players to earn real money. Using the blockchain, you can buy and sell virtual characters and artifacts.

DeFi & More

Blockchain technology is being applied in the emerging decentralized finance (DeFi) market. Investors are also starting to invest in new types of digital assets, such as security tokens.

Who Are the Miners?

Blocks in the blockchain network, for example, when issuing cryptocurrencies, are added using the mining procedure – collecting and processing information about ongoing transactions.

In large blockchain networks, this requires significant computing power, so the creation of blocks in them is carried out by special persons – miners.

What is a Blockchain Wallet?

A blockchain wallet is a special program that allows you to account, store and perform other actions with digital assets, in particular, with cryptocurrency. When registering a wallet, a person gets access to it in the form of an open (public) and a closed (private) key – a cryptographic code. The wallet stores records about the state of the account of its owner and the entire history of transactions. At the same time, the cryptocurrency is not stored directly in the wallet, it contains only information about public and private keys, and the coins themselves are stored in the blockchain. Most often, blockchain wallets are anonymous.

Decentralization & Distribution

Decentralization and distribution are both an advantage and a disadvantage of blockchain technology. Information is stored simultaneously on all network devices, there is no single data management and storage center. Data changes on each individual device occur independently, but are recorded by the rest of the system participants.

All transactions take place almost instantly, but their confirmation may take some time, which depends on the algorithm of the blockchain network. All transactions with assets are confidential, only the wallet number is indicated, and commissions are minimal, since miners register transactions instead of centralized intermediaries.

The disadvantages of decentralization are the need for multiple network participants to maintain its integrity and stability, as well as the cost in terms of computing power.

Is Blockchain Technology Reliable?

Blockchain technology is relatively secure, but not without vulnerabilities.Despite decentralization and distribution, there is a risk of hacker attacks. There is also the possibility of users with large computing power conspiring to make changes to the blockchain. In addition, there is a risk of losing assets due to Internet fraud. And the loss of a private hash key to access the blockchain wallet actually leads to the loss of assets, that is, a direct loss of funds.

Blockchain Advantages and Disadvantages

  • The main advantages of the blockchain are the transparency of the technology due to decentralization and distribution and the impossibility of changing or destroying information within the blocks.
  • The disadvantages of the blockchain include a poorly developed regulatory and legislative framework in the vast majority of countries in the world. This leads to attempts by regulators to control operations in the blockchain, up to a ban on the circulation of cryptocurrencies (for example, the Chinese authorities did this). Regulators, as a rule, explain their actions by the risk of fraudulent schemes when exchanging digital assets for real money due to the anonymity of transactions. At the same time, another disadvantage of the blockchain is the irreversibility of transactions.
  • Digital assets, especially cryptocurrencies, also have high volatility, which can lead to a complete loss of funds.


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