Fast, secure, and scalable blockchain capable of handling millions of transactions per second
DappRadar is proud to announce it now tracks dapps on the Everscale blockchain, formerly known as Free TON Network. The source code for Everscale was created by Pavel Durov, the man behind the highly successful Telegram and Vkontakte platforms.
The development team left the TON Network and pushed forward in a new direction. The team and community decided to name the blockchain ecosystem Everscale. This name accurately reflects the organization’s position in the market: Unlimited scalability of governance, community, performance, and adoption.
Everscale is a fast, secure, and scalable blockchain capable of handling millions of transactions per second. It has also been designed to be user and service-provider-friendly. Think of Everscale as a vastly distributed supercomputer, or rather, as a vast “super server” designed to host and provide various services.
Everscale boats a relatively developed dapp ecosystem, with the majority focusing on the DeFi and exchange category. TON Swap is the native token swapping platform on the network while the TON Bridge lets users bring crypto-assets over from Ethereum, BSC, Polygon, and Fantom into Everscale. TON Wallet complements the ecosystem by providing users with a blockchain wallet that allows dapp discovery and asset analysis.
Initially, DappRadar will track 11 dapps, and more will follow in the weeks and months to come. Developers can independently submit their dapps and gain visibility to thousands of engaged users through the Developer Dashboard.
For Dapp Developers
Everscale has powerful developer tools, such as compilers for Solidity and C++, SDK and API, client libraries ported to more than 20 languages and platforms. In addition, there’s a range of decentralized browsers and wallets empowering many applications in various product categories. The blockchain supports DeFi, NFT, tokenization, and governance, and many other types of dapps. Moreover, the TVM, or TON Virtual Machine (improved analog of EVM), supports Turing complete smart contracts and allows writing in Solidity and C ++.
Dapp developers can find out more here.