Radix offers a novel distributed ledger architecture for decentralized applications, that is sharded to scale in an efficient, unbounded linear fashion combined with a secure consensus algorithm called ‘Tempo’.
Radix scales linearly(and thus infinitely) as new nodes join the network using the theory of sharding, without compromising security. It enables resource-restricted devices to run a full Radix node on as little as 16MB of memory and a 100 Mhz processor. This enables inexpensive, scalable transactions at incredible speeds with near-instant finality.
Furthermore, Radix is also actively developing modules for: