Proof of Concept (POC) is information gathered from a small-scale preliminary project that is used to show whether a project idea, business plan or project plan is functional. With user feedback and team member evaluations, risks are reduced while a project is being implemented.
POC has no impact on how promising the project is. It simply makes an effort to analyze the project. However, it does not guarantee the project's success because it can be too risky to build products using emerging technology. POC can be used to demonstrate the commercial suitability of the new technology. Developers that decide against using POC for testing often eventually regret their decision. POC creation takes considerable time and resources, depending on factors like technology compatibility and whether the project needs physical components.
POC can be used as an initial design while creating a Blockchain application to determine how easily it can be implemented and what objectives are practical. POC can be used as an initial design while creating a Blockchain application to determine how easily it can be implemented and what objectives are practical. Understanding a business challenge is important in creating a blockchain proof of concept. The problem that can be tended to or solved by blockchain should be the focus of the POC. The objective should be to create something little rather than an extensive POC because if it fails, there won't be much to lose. Because blockchain technology is still developing therefore knowing what can be accomplished is essential. The expectations should be absolutely clear while designing a POC.
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Our POC development phases
The initial stage is to gather all the significant information that can be used to describe the project's specifications.
Then a model is developed, containing the project's architecture, code, design, and sketches.
A roadmap is created to manage the flow of the project.
The last phase is checking the POC for vulnerabilities and associated risks that can compromise its performance.