In a statement Thursday, the company said its primary blockchain interest is in Arcology, a cluster-computing powered artificial intelligence (AI) blockchain ecosystem with unlimited scalability.
Arcology is progressing toward its second Testnet and the release of its software development kit as previously announced, Codebase said.
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Codebase said it currently holds a 30% interest in the private company that is developing Arcology, with an option to increase its interest to 51%.
Arcology's landscape consists of two independent and standalone platforms named Arcology Network (public) and Arcology Enterprise (private), which based on the same technology core. Arcology Network is a permission-less platform like Bitcoin or Ethereum, while Arcology Enterprise is targeting enterprise users requiring specific privacy features.
To complement its Arcology investment and expand Codebase’s interests more widely in the blockchain sphere, the company said it is seeking additional blockchain investments which may include bit mining operations as the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies continue to rise and overall adoption of cryptocurrencies continues to expand.
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