1.29 %
Change 24h
Market Cap
$ 107,817,000
Volume 24h
$ 11,112,700
Circulating Supply
Total Supply
What is Cartesi? Cartesi is taking smart contracts on Ethereum to the next level. It is solving the urgent problem of scalability and high fees by implementing a variant of optimistic roll-ups. Most notably, Cartesi is revolutionizing smart contract programming by allowing developers to code with mainstream software stacks instead of Solidity. Noether is Cartesi's side-chain that’s optimized for ephemeral data, providing low-cost data availability to DApps. What makes Cartesi Unique? What gives Cartesi a competitive edge is that it allows developers to code their smart contracts and DApps directly with mainstream software components and Linux OS resources. This is a breakthrough for the productivity of existing DApp developers and for the adoption of non-blockchain developers. This is a necessary step to the very future of blockchains and their applications. In addition, key highlights include: Transaction scaling: 20-fold+ TPS increase over Ethereum Computational scaling: million-fold more computational steps per second than Ethereum. Run intensive computations on massive amounts of data off-chain with the same security guarantees offered by the blockchain; Programmability: Smart contract logic runs under Linux, and is coded with a choice of thousands of open-source software components available for Linux; Data availability scaling: massively reduce blockchain fees on data availability by using Noether. Noether is Cartesi's side-chain that allows ephemeral data storage of large files and high throughput messaging for DApps. Ease of Adoption: Developers can work in a familiar environment with no artificial limitations and with access to all their favorite tools; Portability: Cartesi aims to make DApps portable across the most important public blockchains that support smart contracts; Privacy: DApp states can be kept private among application participants. CTSI Overview and Use Cases CTSI is a utility token that works as a crypto-fuel for Noether. Stakers receive CTSI rewards by staking their tokens and participating in the network. Node runners are selected randomly according to a PoS system and gain the right to create the next block. Users of the network pay CTSI fees to insert data on the side-chain. CTSI will also be used for DApps to outsource the execution of verifiable and enforceable computation to entities running Descartes nodes.
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