The Chinese government supports the blockchain project, the Blockchain Service Network announced the integration of Tezo’s blockchain into its international portal. According to an official announcement on September 24th, Tezos was chosen “as one of the first blockchain clusters” to be incorporated into BSN International, a global platform that provides access to public network services on BSN.

Through integration, developers around the world can now access the Tezos Protocol using BSN’s global public city hubs and portals. According to BSN, there are three global public city nodes integrated with Tezo’s blockchain in both the main and beta networks. BSN’s global public urban hubs include locations in Hong Kong, California and Paris to date, according to the announcement.

To distribute and manage their BSN International certified chains developers must create an account on the official website. By accessing services without permissions, developers can create their own projects on the Tezo home or test network. As BSN announced, you can access all Tezos APIs the same way in BSN, while preserving the original data format.

Tezo and BSN executives did not immediately respond to Cointelegraph’s request for comment on the development. This article will be updated in anticipation of new information.

As reported, BSN plans to merge up to 40 generic blockchains by June 2021. Tezos is part of the first batch of six blockchain chains including NEO, Nervos, Cosmos IRISnet, Ethereum and EOS. BSN also plans to merge three more chains in Algorand, ShareRing and Solana as another batch.

Launched in October 2019, China BSN is a government-sponsored blockchain initiative that was originally designed to help small and medium-sized businesses build and distribute blockchain applications on permitted networks. The program was officially launched in April 2020 for global commercial use, and BSN International was launched in August.

Source: CoinTelegraph