Loom Network has been live in production since March 2018. Developers, start building on Loom today.
Dubbed “EOS on Ethereum”, Loom’s DPoS sidechains provide the same high scalability and throughput promised by alternative platforms like EOS, while still being fully Ethereum-compatible and secure.
We built the world’s first Plasma Cash implementation, which allows Ethereum-based tokens to be used on Loom sidechains with the full security guarantees of Ethereum.
“When the Ethereum network ground to a halt from congestion caused by the Cryptokitties phenomenon the dApp scaling challenge became all too apparent for developers and the Loom SDK platform offered a solution.”
“They’re thought leaders when it comes to the necessity of blockchain games, and they are passionate about scaling using Plasma. Huge shout out to Loom!”
“Loom Network […] is today releasing a developer toolkit that makes it possible to deploy scalable ethereum apps [...] effectively leapfrogging ongoing efforts such as Raiden Network and Plasma.”
“With the help of Loom Network, developers are able to run decentralized applications on a large scale. [...] Loom Network already has several dapps built on it that show off its usefulness and potential, indicating the strong possibility of growth in the future.”
“‘Even projects that are already set up on mainnet,’ says Duffy, ‘could very easily port that same application to ZombieChain,’ adding: ‘It would reduce the cost significantly and also let them have a more fluid user experience.’”
“Loom Network has developed and launched a layer 2 platform on top of Ethereum, allowing gaming and social dApps to scale while still relying on Ethereum’s core security and decentralization.”
“Big visions are great, but there are plenty of big visions in this space. What I like about Loom is that it’s actually delivering.”