The Blockchain Platform for Large-Scale Decentralized Applications

Loom Network is a network of application-specific sidechains for Ethereum where developers can run their decentralized applications at scale.

Scaling isn't one dimensional.

Ethereum Mainnet is built for financial transactions.

Ethereum and its scaling efforts (raiden, plasma) are optimized for running financial DApps at scale. However, Ethereum can't handle running an application on the scale of Twitter or World of Warcraft on-chain.

Loom Network is optimized for non-financial applications.

Applications like Twitter have a totally different set of requirements than financial apps. By offloading financial transactions onto Ethereum, Loom Network can optimize its sidechains for apps that require high speeds and low costs.

Loom Network is for deep twitter-level scaling on Ethereum

“You could run StarCraft on the blockchain. Those kinds of things are possible. High level of security and scalability allows all these various other things to be built on top. Ethereum is a secure base layer that doesn’t have too many features.”

~Vitalik Buterin

Plasma, Raiden, and other scaling efforts are focused on building sidechains that facilitate global payments. But what is also needed is an application-specific sidechain ecosystem for running large decentralized data-driven applications.

Loom Network is network of components, tooling, and languages that together make it trivial to rethink traditional webapps as decentralized apps.

#1 Solidity code sharing site

With over 5,000 users, EthFiddle is the most popular place to share Solidity code snippets.

Interactive in the browser

Compile, test, and run Solidity code snippets from around the web. User-friendly UI that's immediately familiar to any developer.

Deploy with one click

Integrates with to deploy any snippet to Loom Network with one click (currently in private beta)

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Deploy your DApps in seconds

Like Heroku for Ethereum, deploy and test your Solidity applications in seconds.

In Private Beta

With over 200 Github signups, EthDeploy is undergoing rigorous testing before January release.

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Learn to Code Ethereum DApps By Coding Your Own Game

CryptoZombies is an interactive code school that teaches you to write smart contracts in Solidity through building your own crypto-collectables game.

With over 4000+ students in our first week, CryptoZombies is the fastest-growing intro to Blockchain programming.

Learn More Secure-by-default programming language that compiles to Solidity

The pragmatic next-step to building scalable and secure applications, SolidityX is a secure-by-default superset of Solidity that compiles down to secure Solidity for deployment, avoiding known pitfalls.

Better the bugs you know than the bugs you don’t.

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      1 pragma solidityx ^0.4.19
      3  contract SimpleStore {
      4    data amount: uint;
      5    public interface set, get
      6    function set(input : uint) {
      7      amount.set(input);
      8    }
      10   function get(): uint constant
      11      return amount.get()
      12   }
      13  }

The Loom Network Team

James Duffy


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Luke Zhang


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Matthew Campbell


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Chinmay Naik

Platform Developer

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Nishant Modak

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Piyush Verma

Platform Developer

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Santanu Barai

Devtools Developer

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Vadim Macagon

Application Developer

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Teeraporn Leelasupha


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Georgios Konstantopoulos

Researcher/Technical Writer

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Alex Iskold



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A Sneak Peak at the Loom Architecture

"Blockchain technology is the disruptor that will turn monolithic apps like Twitter into a mesh of interdependent components tied together by Blockchain protocols. The decentralized application market will continue to grow rapidly in the coming years, taking market share from traditional cloud-computing. While this market is rapidly growing, today there is no platform where developers can launch that "killer app" everyone is waiting for to show what the blockchain is really capable of. Most solutions are years away from production scale.”

~Excerpt from the whitepaper. Coming soon...

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