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April 22, 2022

SKALE Chain Performance on Mathematics for the Impatient with Stan Kladko

Rob Lubow

Welcome to "Mathematics for the Impatient" with SKALE CTO and Co-founder Stan Kladko. This series is designed to take a look at the mathematics behind blockchain and present it in a way that is easily consumable and understandable. Today's topic: SKALE chain performance.

Chapters

0:00 Intro

0:40 Why is performance important to SKALE?

8:40 SKALE Power Mode

16:15 Future performance improvements

About SKALE

SKALE is an Ethereum native multi-chain network composed of an unlimited number of secure, decentralized, high-performance blockchains for bringing NFTs, DeFi, and Web3 to billions of users. SKALE’s highly configurable platform was built to support an ever-expanding set of

Dapp-specific chains that run without centralized dependencies. Plus, SKALE’s unique pooled security system and containerized node architecture enable developers to deliver a high-speed, seamless user experience without gas fees or latency.

SKALE’s open-source platform provides quick consensus with fast block times and instant finality and includes EVM compatibility, on-chain NFT file storage, rollup contract execution, zero-cost minting, and gasless transactions, and machine learning smart contract functionality.

The SKALE Network is an open source project with many contributors including SKALE Labs, Inc. headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

For more information

SKALE Website

Dapp Developers interested in utilizing SKALE for a project, please apply to the SKALE innovator program.

Join our Discord Server.

Documentation on deploying a Dapp to SKALE can be found in the Developer Portal.

To learn more about the SKALE $SKL token, please visit our SKL Token page.

Build on SKALE

The SKALE Innovator Program for developers includes grants, consulting, Marketing & PR, engineering support, QA support, and investor introductions.

Apply to the Innovator Program