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Build a Dapp

Analog combines the best of the Time Graph and blockchain into a full-stack scaling solution.


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Once deployed to Analog, dapp code can’t be taken down. And anyone can use the dapp’s features. Even if the team behind the dapp disbanded you could still use it. Once on Analog, it stays there.

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Free from censorship

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Built-in payments

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Plug and play

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One anonymous login

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Backed by cryptography

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No down time

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Analog SDK

A modular and extensible framework for building Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks, written in Golang.
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Analog PoS Chain

EVM-compatible ethereum sidechain, secured by a permissionless set of PoS validators and checkpoints submitted to Ethereum
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Analog Plasma

Fully functional, scalable Plasma implementation powered by custom, application-specific predicates
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zk Rollups

Ethereum Layer 2 solution based on succinct validity proofs (aka zero-knowledge proofs) that get periodically submitted on Ethereum
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Stand-Alone Chains

Sovereign Ethereum (side)chains, secured by their own set of validators and optionally connected to Ethereum via bridges
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Analog Research

A library of time research material collected over the years by prominent scholars and theoretical physicists.
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How Dapps Work

A decentralized application (dApp) is an application built on a decentralized network that combines a smart contract and a frontend user interface. In Analog, dApps are controlled by the logic written into a smart contract, not an individual or company.

dApps on Analog are often paired with Oracles that connect Analog to off-chain, real-world information, so you can query data in your smart contracts. For example, a gambling market may set a time deadline for a boxer to secure his first KO. dApps of this nature would use an oracle to confirm the outcome and pay out the winners.

dApps have zero downtime; once the smart contract at the core of an app is deployed and on the timechain, the network as a whole will always be able to service clients looking to interact with the contract.

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