December 7, 2021
SKL is supported on the Flexa Network
It's always exciting when another network joins the SKALE ecosystem. Flexa has announced its support for the $SKL token on its network. Flexa is the first network to offer transactions that are 100% digitally secured from source to settlement.
Unlike a traditional bank or payment card transaction, Flexa payments don't involve sending any sensitive customer account information through the network. Instead, each Flexa transaction starts and ends with a unique, digital authorization code that can't be decrypted or reversed.
Being completely digital makes Flexa payments exceptionally fast and secure. When this digital authorization code is captured at point-of-sale, the complete payment amount is instantly transferred from the customer's account balance and converted by Flexa as necessary. All of this culminates in the real-time assurance that the settlement for every Flexa-authorized transaction is 100% guaranteed.
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.
For more information
Dapp Developers interested in utilizing SKALE for a project, please apply to the SKALE innovator program.
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