Blockchain on a Grand SKALE Jack O'Holleran from Skale Labs gives us the latest #139


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The SKALE Network was created to improve the user experience of decentralized applications, or dApps, while significantly increasing speeds, lowering costs, and creating seamless workflows for end users and developers.

As the blockchain world knows, Ethereum is slow to verify and authorize transactions, but not for users of the SKALE Network - as it greatly improves the speed at which Ethereum verifies transactions. SKALE operates at much faster speeds and can run up to 2,000 transactions per second, per chain.

Join Aviva Ounap, host of Crypto and Blockchain Talk as she talks to Jack O'Holleran, CEO of SKALE Labs as they talk about the dApps enjoying SKALEs elastic sidechains, use cases for their blockchain, and how SKALE is a perfect fit for Web 3.0’s decentralized protocol.

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