IronGeekChain has a smart contract platform, which supports multiple programming languages. Smart contract developers can use their convenient language including C#, VB, Java, and Java script. To deploy a smart contract or digital asset, a developer needs to pay some amount of Benz, depending on their smart contract complexity.
IronGeekChain Smart Contract is based on NEO Smart Contract: http://docs.neo.org/en-us/basic/neocontract.html
IonGeekChain is secured by IronGeekNodes which are the representation of all EagleX holders. To validate the transaction, IronGeekChain uses a consensus mechanism called Iron dBFT (Iron delegated Byzantine Fault Tolerant). Iron dBFT consensus engine is robust against double-spend attacks.
The smart contract was first proposed by the cryptographer Nick Szabo in 1994, only five years after the creation of the World Wide Web. According to Szabo's definition: When a pre-programmed condition is triggered, the smart contract will execute the corresponding contract terms. Blockchain technology provides us with a decentralized, tamper-resistant, highly reliable system in which smart contracts are very useful. IronGeekChain has an independent smart contract system: IronGeekChainContract.