Vara NetworkWeb3’s Paradigm Shift
Vara is a fast and scalable Layer-1 decentralized network powered by Gear Protocol. The best playground for developing and running your dApps.
What is Vara best suited for?
Next-generation applications require low-latency execution, high-level memory management, and parallel computation to manage a high load of transactions in a secure and stable manner.
Vara is a fast and reliable on-ramp for the next iteration of gaming projects.
Payments and financial applications are well suited for Vara's low latency and high transaction throughput.
Business and experimental use cases including tokenizing real world assets, supply chain management, and more...
Develop and Deploy Decentralized Applications
The IDEA portal is a streamlined smart contract deployment platform that provides developers the most efficient way to write, compile, test and upload their contracts to Vara network directly in-browser.
Vara Network is a Substrate-based, PoS Layer-1 decentralized network powered by the Gear Protocol. The first to demonstrate Gear’s innovative technologies, Vara offers the speed and scalability to handle any challenge modern Web3 development presents. Featuring advanced sharding, built-in security, and unmatched transaction efficiency; Vara ignores previous limits set by legacy smart contract platforms, and provides the ideal environment for the next generation of Web3 applications.
A well-known approach used in high frequency parallel computation, this model ensures asynchronous messaging and memory parallelism by design. Ensuring security, anonymity, transaction efficiency and as a result network speed, it stands as on of the core pillars of the Gear Protocol. Want to learn more about how it works? Check our Wiki.
The Persistent Memory concept is a novel innovation of the Gear Protocol. It provides an innovative solution to program storage with clever and effective memory virtualization techniques. You can now code regular Web2 programs that run seamlessly on chain. No need to be an expert in blockchain-specific programming. Check our Wiki to find more detailed information.
Offering Native speed execution and support for standard programming languages, WebAssembly has been integrated by Gear to create an environment for fast, secure and flexible execution not just for smart-contracts but for onchian programs. Opening the door to new generation of applications. Sounds interesting? Check Wiki to dive in!
Securing the Vara Network
Become a validator
Validators provide computing resources to keep Vara Network secure, performant and censorship-resistant. This model is incentivized via a PoS rewards mechanism.
Check out technical requirements for validator nodes
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have any queries please check out the Gear Wiki before reaching out for support.