A performant blockchain with low fees
With Lamden it's all possible.
A Brand New Blockchain that Solves Everything
Lamden is a brand new blockchain that was made solely based on improving the developer’s experience. It’s built on python so you can get started programming today. Our code is 100% written from scratch to make sure that all aspects are designed with ease of use in mind.
Focus on what's important
Like a builder uses a hammer, the tools you use to develop should only be a means to creating a new product. Not only did we choose Python, we designed the system ‘for Humans’ and takes a page from other brilliantly designed systems.
Lamden supports your craft
Developers receive 90% of all transaction fees that are processed through their smart contracts. This allows you to generate revenue automatically from any application you build with us without adding a backend or payment processing.
- Payouts are in our native cryptocurrency TAU.
- Rewards are automatically updated in your Lamden Wallet.
- The most popular applications get the most rewards.
What's possible on Lamden
Fast transaction times and a global database allow you to make & monetise massive multiplayer games and applications faster.
Tokens and Assets
Track values, implement payment networks or sell NFTs without the hassle. In-Game Currencies, NFTs, Casino Chips, and more. All easily developed with Lamden.
Develop cutting-edge decentralised finance applications on Lamden with far less work.
Build what's next
In just a few lines of code, you can start building something incredible.
Don’t believe us? Here’s how.
Lamden Wallet IDE
The Lamden Wallet has a inbuilt python IDE that makes it simple to start building smart contracts in minutes, not days.
Below is the code for Lamden Paints‘ smart contract. It’s simple, and uses a Hash (Similar to Python Dictionary) to store data for painting pixels on an x and y grid.
data = Hash(contract='con_paint', name='data') @export('con_paint') def paint(x: int, y: int, c: str): data[x, y] = c
Need something more advanced? We’ve got that too. You can write smart contracts anywhere you write python code.
Visual Studio. PyCharm. Brackets.
It all just works, because it’s native python.