1. Brief Introduction
Marlin – Accelerating Decentralized Communication
2. Detailed Introduction
Founded by former Microsoft, Samsung, Cisco engineers and researchers from MIT and Ethereum Foundation, Marlin is an open protocol that provides a high-performance programmable network infrastructure for Web 3.0. It enables faster transmission of blocks, transactions and data between miners, full nodes and users at layer-0 making dApp experiences smoother and cheaper. Core to the Marlin protocol is a network of relay nodes communicating using specialized path conditioning, dynamic traffic steering and multipath routing techniques to achieve superior performance over unreliable networks. Being platform-agnostic, its plug-and-play networking module is interoperable with a wide range of consensus algorithms. Marlin’s mission is to provide Web 2-like performance in Web 3 without sacrificing the core tenets decentralization and security.
3. Token Allocation
4. Token Information and Release Schedule
Total Token Supply: 10,000,000,000
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