What is PL^G?

The PL^G framework allows for the creation of production-ready blockchain systems that utilise blockchain as a layer in the tech stack, rather than requiring existing businesses to rewrite their systems to work in a blockchain paradigm. PL^G aims to fix many of the security and scaling issues that have plagued cryptocurrency-based blockchain technologies, such as insecure language design, reliance on a globally-shared blockchain, and contentious governance problems.

Our Story

PL^G is an overarching term for a set of blockchain technologies that makes blockchain networks work more like the internet. By connecting smaller, diverse blockchain networks together we are able to create a truly global, scalable, and evolving blockchain layer of the internet, just as the internet is a series of smaller physical networks which are connected into a larger logical network through common protocols.

The PL^G team united with the view that no commercially successful technology has started with the premise that you first need to rewrite every system your company depends on, and the belief that blockchain will be no different. For four years the team have been developing the technology – incorporating lessons learned from the failings of the popular cryptocurrency-based blockchains that we have observed from 2014-onward.

Our story



PL^G is an overarching term for a set of blockchain technologies that makes blockchain networks work more like the internet. By connecting smaller, diverse blockchain networks together we are able to create a truly global, scalable, and evolving blockchain layer of the internet, just as the internet is a series of smaller physical networks which are connected into a larger logical network through common protocols.

The PL^G team united with the view that no commercially successful technology has started with the premise that you first need to rewrite every system your company depends on, and the belief that blockchain will be no different. For four years the team have been developing the technology – incorporating lessons learned from the failings of the popular cryptocurrency-based blockchains that we have observed from 2014-onward.