Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) Solutions

Best Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) Solutions include:

IBM Blockchain Platform, Alchemy, Azure Blockchain Service, Oracle Blockchain Cloud, Infura Ethereum API, Ledger, Kaleido, Cryptomat, Amazon Managed Blockchain and Stratis Platform.

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IBM Blockchain Platform

Hyperledger Fabric tools and technologies to help build, govern, operate and grow blockchain solutions that can be deployed anywhere. The IBM Blockchain Platform is IBM's commercial deployment of Hyperledger Fabric open source and comes with 24x7x365 support with production grade…

Oracle Blockchain Cloud

Oracle offers the Blockchain Cloud PaaS, a complete, production-ready blockchain platform based on Hyperledger Fabric.


Spydra's asset tokenization allows enterprises to tokenize a wide range of assets, from real estate and commodities to intellectual property and financial instruments. The product empowers businesses to unlock new liquidity and streamline transactions. Asset tokenization has been…

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Kaleido headquartered in Raleigh offers enterprise blockchain-as-a-serivce (BaaS).


Alchemy is a developer platform from the company of the same name in San Francisco, that aims to enable companies to build scalable and reliable decentralized applications without the hassle of managing blockchain infrastructure in-house. The vendor states they support projects in…

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Established in 2014, InvoBlox is a blockchain product design and development company founded by industry experts. It has worked on blockchains, NFT, launchpads, DeFi protocols, DApps, distributed storage platforms, real estate, and supply chains. The company has assisted low-cost…

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HollaEx is a cryptocurrency exchange software provider that helps operators worldwide achieve success with varied business goals. HollaEx lowers the barrier to opening a crypto exchange by removing the extensive time and monetary resources that come with traditional software development.…

ConsenSys Quorum

ConsenSys Quorum enables enterprises to leverage Ethereum for their high-value blockchain applications. Businesses can use the Quorum open-source protocol layer and integrate on top of it product modules from ConsenSys, other companies, or an in-house development team to build high-…

Symbol, by NEM

Symbol is presented as a trusted, secure value exchange network for business, from the NEM Group. Symbol smooths business friction, to increase the flow of data and innovation to supercharge the creation, exchange and protection of assets.

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Dragonchain headquartered in Bellevue provides blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS).

Factom Harmony

Factom headquartered in Austin offers Harmony, the company's blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) for enterprises.

Samsung SDS Nexledger
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Samsung SDS, the business technology and consultatory arm of Samsung headquartered in Seoul, offers Nexledger, a blockchain platform and accelerator.

Vendia Share
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Vendia, is a real-time data cloud company. Its platform securely share data and data apps across companies and clouds – in real-time. Also provides full-time governance, bridges across every cloud and has zero IT overhead.

System 9, Inc.

Developer of integrated trading algorithms designed for crypto alt-coins. The company works with token issuers to build liquidity in their tokens that adds stability and price discovery as well as reduces frictions on both sides of every transaction while contributing a positive…

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HeraSoft provides a ransomware-proof solution for enterprises that protects cloud systems from cyber attacks. It uses a stack of protocol layers to maximize robustness and cost efficiencies. The company has developed a public protocol index layer that protects organizations from…

Data Gumbo
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Data Gumbo is the provider of "GumboNet” , an interconnected industrial smart contract network secured and powered by blockchain.

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Blockedge is a blockchain infrastructure automation platform that uses zero coding to not only accelerate blockchain adoption but also manage the ongoing network infrastructure.

Anyblock RPC Services

Anyblock’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provides Blockchain JSON-RPC Access for Bitcoin, Ethereum & more. The solution boasts a fast and reliable blockchain API, with a query time of usually less than 100 ms. Load-balanced with multiple nodes. Parity/OpenEthereum & Besu clients…

Magic FinServ
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Magic FinServ is a digital technology services company for the FinTech industry. Magic FinServ brings a combination of financial services domain knowledge & technology skills in Blockchain & Artificial Intelligence. The company offers end to end services so that customers…

ISG Blockchain Now

ISG offers Blockchain Now, a blockchain analysis, development, and implementation solution for enterprises delivered as a service.

Mitosis Technologies

Mitosis Technologies is an agile Blockchain Development Company. The vendor's expertise in diverse domains and technical expertise assist customers to progress in their businesses. Their services empower customers to achieve competitive advantage through flexible rapid methodologies…

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Curvegrid's MultiBaas blockchain application server is designed to make it faster and easier to build decentralized applications (DApp) on the Ethereum and OmiseGO blockchain platforms. It provides developers familiar REST API, to help get products to market faster. For non-technical…

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GetBlock is a service that provides API connection to full nodes from blockchain platforms. The mission of the GetBlock project is to ensure cost-effective tools and infrastructure that will help enterprises and individual developers to build high-quality blockchain applications…

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Threely, a blockchain infrastructure company is designed to bridge the gap between layman end-users and the perplexing technology—blockchain. Threely Identifier can be understood as DNS for blockchain. Threely condenses long addresses & produces short three-word addresses containing…

25 Chain Chain is a public, open-source and permissionless blockchain - a fully decentralized network with high speed and low fees, designed to be a public good that helps drive mass adoption of blockchain technology through use cases like Payments, DeFi and NFTs. The Chain is…

Learn More About Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) Solutions

What is Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS)?

Blockchain-as-a-Service, or BaaS, is a managed blockchain platform allowing buyers to build blockchain applications and digital services on a distributed network while the vendor supplies infrastructure and blockchain building tools. As blockchain application development continues to expand to uses beyond cryptocurrencies, blockchain as a service becomes more in demand as a hosting option.

Similar to software-as-a-service, blockchain as a service lets businesses get applications up and running with minimal hassle. This allows higher agility and quicker blockchain adoption. Blockchain applications are becoming more and more desirable, but they can be challenging to set up for smaller businesses or organizations with limited IT resources. A blockchain-as-a-service provider can provide professional assistance in addition to their hosting services.

Features of Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS)

Some of the most common features offered in Blockchain-as-a-Service platforms are as follows:

  • Platform architecture management

  • modular, preconfigured networks and infrastructure

  • Easy setup workflow

  • Middleware for monitoring & development for app building

  • Dashboard to view and analyze chaincode

  • Auditable transaction record

  • Built in connections to needed services

  • Professional consultation

Blockchain as-a-service (BaaS) Comparison

When choosing between different Blockchain-as-a-service options, the primary consideration should be your use case. Many platforms specialize in the financial technology or investment space and focus on cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. If your goal is to support cryptocurrencies or sell NFTs, these finance-focused services are a good choice. If you are trying to create a different kind of blockchain application, you should consider other options.

Blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) Pricing

Pricing for blockchain-as-a-service options is highly dependent on the type of application you are making, as well as how many transactions you perform if your application is financial in nature. Businesses should expect to pay at least $0.30 per hour for the bare minimum features. Expect to pay more for more nodes, storage, and features.

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What Businesses Benefit Most from Blockchain-as-a-service

Any business that wants to leverage blockchain technology and lacks the skill to do so in house can benefit from a blockchain-as-a-service platform. Even larger businesses should consider what their expenditure on blockchain management is and if it would be more effective to use a blockchain-as-a-service provider.

Why is the professional consultation portion of blockchain-as-a-service important?

Blockchain is a rapidly growing technology, so many businesses that would benefit from blockchain technologies lack the expertise to do so themselves. Blockchain-as-a-service platforms will help businesses get off the ground with their blockchain applications.

What does blockchain-as-a-service cost?

Blockchain-as-a-service pricing is highly varied depending on the vendor. It is typically priced by the hour though, with costs increasing as more nodes are added or more storage is needed.