RADIX.wiki is a knowledge and community hub for the Radix ecosystem. At present, the site is sponsored by RadGuild. It contains several articles, ecosystem listings and a jobs board but as Radix grows, we will build a fully decentralized, permissionless knowledge base entirely hosted on Radix and managed by the community as a DAO. Eventually, the system will grow to rival Wikipedia with the addition of dynamic oracle data feeds, prediction markets, deliberation voting, and other collective intelligence mechanisms to verify information.
Our working hypothesis is that all EVM chains are climbing the wrong hill . With its X’ian release in 2023, Radix will be a fully sharded network capable of true cross-shard atomic composability. Having 2^256 shards means that it also scales linearly with the number of validators. Written in Rust, the Radix Engine employs finite state machines that natively understand on-ledger assets and eliminate the majority of edge-case considerations inherent in Solidity. This makes it possible to replicate Uniswap in only 155 lines of code  or build dApps like chess  and Twitter  that are not feasible on Ethereum . Ethereum took 2.5 years to hit 1m transactions per day and has hovered around that level ever since. Being 10x faster to develop on and ~1000x more performant, Radix is likely to surpass this number within only a few months and continue to grow.