Smart contract code: when what you don't write is as important as what you do
DAML simplifies development of DLT-based markets
Given a choice, most developers would prefer to use tools that allow them to complete a given task as quickly and easily as possible. With particular respect to DLT, as Ben and Edward noted in their blog post A new language for a new paradigm: smart contracts, “most smart contract programmers prefer to focus on business logic, rather than low-level details such as hashing, cryptography and consensus protocols.”
If you’ve been following this series closely (start here if you want to review the series from the beginning), you now have a grounding in DAML concepts and some understanding of the power that the language provides for building DLT-based smart contracts. We hope you agree that DAML is uniquely positioned to meet the needs of developers looking to model complex multi-party business processes for distributed ledgers.
But we haven’t shown any DAML code yet.