By 2027, 10% of the global GDP will be stored on blockchain technology.
Because of blockchain data immutability, no error can be reversed. So, we make sure that transaction details are correct before they are recorded on your blockchain.
Costly live testing
Performing blockchain tests in a live environment can be too expensive. We apply a testnet to cut down the associated QA costs.
As any blockchain transaction comes with a fee, our task is to guarantee that all transaction- related processes in the network are error-free.
We ascertain that the software, be it web or mobile blockchain-based apps, is not vulnerable to attacks at the network, user and mining levels.
Multiple participants involved
With a limitless number of network participants operating from different geographical regions, we apply emulators of OSs and devices in use, as well as test on real devices.
We ensure that all the required functional ranges of essential blockchain product components are processed accurately, applying our creative approach to cover every possible user scenario.
The Reins experts verify that the keys storage and encrypting system effectively ward off potential security attacks. We will also assess the robustness of authorization systems.
To ensure consistent quality, we will identify performance bottlenecks, assure that the app works smoothly under specific workloads and is ready for production.
Our experts test the cohesiveness and operability of intersystem connections across all blockchain app environments and integrated components.
Our QA professionals will simulate, review, and predict all possible conditions in the smart contract logic and conduct checks considering dynamically changing operational networks, code self-consistency, and invariant bricks.
We implement test automation to save time, considering a large number of nodes, their combinations and validations during contract processing, as well as the rapid network growth and transformation.
In-depth blockchain-specific knowledge and skills.
A well-balanced personalized approach to testing.
Mature testing methodologies, such as shift-left testing for early and continuous quality assurance throughout the SDLC.
Transparent and clear workflows, communication, and documentation.
A quantitative process management (QPM) solution in place for making better decisions and delivering added value.