The Muon Advantage '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
Supercharge your web3 operations.
Muon's decentralized autonomous nodes operate like a VPS (virtual private server) and can therefore run anything you could run on a Linux server.
This structure opens up Muon dApps to a much broader range of functions, bridging different blockchains, oracles, and off-chain data, rather than being limited to a single chain.
The Future of Interoperability and Instantaneous Data Access
Muon natively connects all applications on all chains with the off-chain world. Muon fills the gaps between different networks through a sonar-like system of decentralized autonomous nodes, which can speak and understand any language.
Muon nodes communicate, read and transmit data to any chain quickly, efficiently, and securely. Building oracles, bridges, or off-chain workers has never been as simple, decentralized, and secure as it is with Muon.
Scaling blockchain applications while keeping gas costs low is one of todays greatest challenges. Muon is similar to rollups or the bitcoin Lightning network, significantly lowering gas costs - for ALL connected blockchains.
High-speed processing power
Supercharge decentralized software - Muon acts as memory & CPU for blockchains
Blockchains are great for storing crucial data, but the next generation of the internet needs powerful processing power and storage interfaces - Muon securely makes this possible - so you can focus on building your web3 software.
High frequency data feeds
Feed large quantity of oracle-verified data from off- and on-chain sources into your dApp
The digital economy needs data, but many blockchains are currently facing bottlenecks. Muon can securely feed in large quantities of verified data. Furthermore, data theft and manipulation are a real risk - Muon is very hard to attack.
Secure your infrastructure
Valuable / private data needs affordable high level security
On-chain can be slower and expensive but off-chain is insecure. The Muon network bridges this gap with a fast decentralized node network and (optionally) a subsequential-consensus insurance.