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A blockchain is an immutable time-stamped series record of data that is distributed and managed by cluster of computers. Several industries such as finance, real estate, and health have started adopting this technology. Testing helps to mitigate the cost of errors and making sure that every transaction is legitimate.
Sample tools to test blockchains include Testnets that is considered an alternative version of the actual blockchain. Open source tools allows us to model and test blockchain networks. It supports automated system tests, interactive testing, and automated unit tests.
Testing scenarios could range from validating inputs, processing data streams, handling defective results, execution glitches, access verifications and maintenance etc. Performance tests for network sizing and processing capabilities. Node tests to verify consensus and sequencing for end-user productivity.
Protect the integrity, availability and confidentiality of your blockchain-enabled environment. As per Gartner, technological failure can cause slowdown in blockchain adoption. Transactions go through validation, encryption, decryption, transmission
Examples of Blockchain-enabled technologies are smart contracts that are digital protocols allowing entities to exchange information with no intermediary in a way that’s both trackable and verifiable.