FAQs

What makes the PWR Chain unique in a post-Ethereum world, focusing on transactions rather than compute (VM)? How does it address compatibility with other chains and the challenge of migration of existing projects?

Will users be able to verify the integrity of external VMs? Will source code be auditable, considering the importance of open chains with integrated VMs?

Is the consensus mechanism based on Tendermint Core/Cosmos IBC or something distinct?

Is interchain communication planned for cross-chain DeFi applications on the PWR Chain?

Will PWR Chain implement network-data-state sharding?

What practical user platforms/apps can be built on PWR Chain that are distinct from other chains?

What sets PWR Chain apart from others like Base in terms of solving existing DeFi issues?

Could you provide more information about the setup of the test network where you achieved impressive results?

How will upgrades/network forks be managed to prevent disruptions or fragmentation?

The architecture seems more advanced than a traditional Layer 2 (L2). Could you clarify why the PWR Chain isn't classified as an L2 and explain its role as a foundation for various virtual machines?

What is the current development focus for PWR Chain?

Is PWR Chain EVM-compatible?

How do validator nodes with less stake yield higher APY?

Will size of the stake decide if someone gets a validator slot or not?

How is MHBS quantum-resistant?

How does the Guardian's approach compare with MPC?

The future of decentralized systems

Whether you're an institution, developer, or web3 founder, PWR Chain welcomes you to join the revolution and shape the future together.

The future of decentralized systems

Whether you're an institution, developer, or web3 founder, PWR Chain welcomes you to join the revolution and shape the future together.

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