PRE ICO Dates : 01/11/17 – 01/12/17
Lamden is a suite of developer tools that speed up the process of creating new and custom blockchains and apps.
|Web site Lamden ICO||No Linkedin Lamden ICO|
|Whitepaper Lamden ICO||Telegram Lamden ICO|
|Facebook Lamden ICO||Slack Lamden ICO|
|Twitter Lamden ICO||No analysis for Lamden|
|Github Lamden ICO|
Lamden is a suite of developer tools that speed up the process of creating new and custom blockchains and apps. The Lamden Tau token connects these new projects together and with mainchain cryptocurrencies.
Blockchain development is hard. All of the technology is made by researchers who are not commercialization experts.
Lamden is changing that by creating development workflows that model how people already know how to program.
Coupled with our interoperability token, our suite of open-source software will lower the barrier of entry and spur more innovation in the blockchain space.
The Product Ecosystem.
Each tool in the Lamden suite addresses one problem with crypto development today.
- SAFFRON – project generator.
- FLORA – package manager.
- CLOVE – chain-to-chain swap protocol.
Proof of Work is wasteful. Proof of Stake is theoretical. Turing complete smart contracts in Solidity are routinely hacked. Blockchains can’t communicate with each other. We’re fixing that.
The goal of the Lamden Project is to provide a suite of tools that makes the rapid development and deployment of blockchains easy for the general population of developers. By modelling our tools based on the most popular tools used by developers today, we can capture a large and enthusiastic base of developers who want to get involved in blockchain but are unable to get over the initial hurdles. Furthermore, by providing a centralized community, innovation can prosper and build upon itself, leading to newer and greater technologies and accelerating the industry as a whole. Lastly, through Clove, we are able to connect all of these projects together on a single routing system that facilitates swap transactions so that private chains can retain the benefits of selfmanagement and still take advantage of a larger ecosystem of great applications.