A collection of 9 posts
Scaling Ethereum with Fuel
Why alternative VMs are crucial to scaling Ethereum.
Introducing SwaySwap: A Blazingly Fast DEX on Ethereum's Modular Execution Layer
Today Fuel Labs is proud to announce the launch of a Uniswap-like decentralized application running on a persistent Fuel devnet: SwaySwap.
Introducing Fuel - The Fastest Modular Execution Layer
Today, we introduce the fastest modular execution layer: Fuel, adding a new chapter to the blockchain scalability story.
A Token Model for Layer-2 Block Production
Rollups need new token models, and currently-deployed models have shortcomings. In this blog post we propose a new model for layer-2 block production.
The Future of L1 Ethereum
As the Ethereum Layer-2 (“L2”) space continues to grow, we will see a reexamining of what each layer’s purpose might mean. Ethereum has been largely inaccessible to the masses for some time due to, among other reasons, high transaction fees.
Burner Wallet + Fuel = 🔥
Burner Wallet has been a mainstay of Ethereum technology over the past two years, being used in hundreds of settings at Ethereum’s largest events. The success of the Burner Wallet has come from the focusing on providing an easy UX that beginners can easily use.
Introducing: Yul+ — A new low-level language for Ethereum
Today, Fuel Labs introduces Yul+, which adds various QoL features to Yul, a low-level intermediate language for the Ethereum Virtual Machine.
Fuel in NodeJS in under 10 Minutes
Setup, faucet and transfer using Fuel with NodeJS
Announcing the Fuel v0 Open Beta
Scaling arrives all the same…and now it’s here
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