Mantle Network is a technology stack designed to scale Ethereum while maintaining EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) compatibility. This compatibility allows Ethereum contracts and tools to work on Mantle with minimal modifications. It offers a cost-efficient environment for developers to deploy smart contracts and allows users to experiment with web3 applications.

Mantle Network features a modular architecture that combines an optimistic rollup protocol with an innovative data availability solution. This combination enhances security while providing more affordable and accessible data availability. Users benefit from significantly lower gas fees (over 80% reduction), reduced latency, and improved throughput compared to Ethereum. Mantle Network achieves a transaction throughput approximately 20 times greater than Ethereum.

Compared to non-rollup chains, Mantle Network leverages Ethereum's validator set and consensus protocol, offering advantages like canonical bridging without third-party bridges, censorship resistance, and fund recovery options in case of critical issues on Layer 2. It is secured by Ethereum's network.

Mantle Network serves as a Layer-2 scalability solution on top of Ethereum, with validator nodes collecting user transactions and committing them to Ethereum as compressed blocks, reducing gas fees and increasing transaction throughput. Developers can use familiar tools, languages, and libraries on Mantle Network.

Mantle Network introduces Mantle Treasury and token holder governance for product development and initiatives. The Mantle Mainnet offers high-performance Ethereum Layer 2 with modular architecture, while Mantle LSD enhances capital efficiency through decentralized staking services. Governance decisions, resource management, and strategic directions are determined by $MNT token holders, emphasizing transparency and accountability.