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Faster than the fastest, ParallelChain Mainnet is a layer-1 public blockchain capable of processing 80,000 transactions per second at a negligible fee, the blockchain finale for decentralized applications.
ParallelChain is a scalable blockchain ecosystem of two layer-1 platforms: the public Mainnet and Private networks. All networks are interoperable at the protocol level through a secure and private channel called Inter-ParallelChain Communication (IPC).
IPC serves two purposes in ParallelChain.
It provides an interface between the metaverse and the real world by enabling applications to operate across public and private layers.
Second, it allows networks on the private layer to piggyback on the Mainnet's consensus and enjoy stronger security while preserving their privacy and autonomy. Another feature in this IPC-powered consensus is Inter-ParallelChain Proof-of-Immutability (IPPoIM) - an auditing function designed to remove the trust barrier between members of a private network by enabling them to verify the network's tamper-proofness without accessing on-chain data.
ParallelChain Mainnet Use Cases
With WASM and EVM compatibility, ParallelChain powers the most competitive NFT platforms where users can mint and trade all kinds of NFT at an ultra-low fee.
Run simple or advanced games without lag – ParallelChain is a high performance smart contract platform designed to process complex logics and GameFi tokenomics.
ParallelChain provides flexible smart contract deployment to support different types of DEX protocol, whether it is AMM or orderbook-based.
Faster, cheaper, stronger. ParallelChain brings the wildest DeFi concepts to life, the scope of use case is only limited by your imagination.
ParallelChain Private Layer-2 Solutions
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What the Legends are Saying
" ParallelChain Lab saw the insufficiencies of past-generation blockchains, and designed a network from the ground up with an impressive transaction speed and unlimited scalability. "
Dr. Radia Perlman
Mother of the Internet
US National Inventor Hall of Fame 2016
US Academy of Engineering 2015
Internet Hall of Fame 2014
PhD, Massachussetts Institute of Technology