MLabs A Haskell, Rust, Blockchain and AI consulting firm working in fintech and blockchain Cardano
A Haskell, Rust, Blockchain and AI consulting firm working in fintech and blockchain.
MLabs has an extensive team with experience in Haskell, Plutus, and Rust. Their work at Cardano varies from code testing, project consulting, and protocol creation. MLabs has built many protocols in the Cardano ecosystem and proposed in the ecosystem.
MlLabs works on three blockchains:
MLabs provides essential services for smart contract projects, especially in the Cardano, Polkadot, and Solana space. Our tailored support helps some customers overcome internal roadblocks while others rely entirely on MLabs for growth.
A principled approach to development
Haskell and Rust include clear data manipulation rules for clearly outlined flows of computational information. This feature, called static typing, helps detect errors early, providing more confidence that the compiled code is correct.
Concise and clear
The Haskell language allows for a smaller, more concise codebase. Less code makes the program easier to manage and understand. Modular app design helps developers "bind" features together with fewer security concerns.
Haskell closely reflects formal logic and mathematical reasoning by design. Developers with a background in formal methods can rely on model checkers and similar tools to verify code for greater assurance and reliability.
Clear but reliable memory management
Many popular programming languages automatically manage memory. While often helpful, this automation can significantly reduce performance. Rust provides the ability to tweak secure memory access for noticeable improvements.
Conformity of the blockchain
Users often rely on browsers to move large amounts of value in blockchain transactions. This makes stability and security paramount. The smart contract must perform as intended. Rust and Haskell address these concerns.
Open source software support
Proprietary software underpins many powerful business models. That said, we believe in giving back. MLabs maintains a number of open-source tools and regularly contributes to the development of the Haskell and Rust programming languages.