Variant Builder Day (Interoperability): Hyperlane

When it comes to interoperability, there are two schools of thought. One says, “Let’s create bigger, faster computers.” The other says, “Let’s just make more computers.”  In this session from our Variant Builder Day on interoperability, Hyperlane founder Jon Kol discusses this second approach, which the Hyperlane team calls the “modular ecosystem,” and how it enables the distribution of load across numerous interconnected chains, enhancing performance and scalability.


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