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What types of smart contracts can be deployed on top of the platform and what programming languages are supported by it for developers to create their own applications/services/dApps etc.?

Solana is a high-performance blockchain platform that enables developers to build and deploy decentralized applications (dApps) quickly and securely.

The platform supports a variety of smart contracts, including those written in Rust, JavaScript, and Solidity. Rust is the primary language used for developing smart contracts on Solana. It is a low-level programming language that provides developers with the ability to write code that is both secure and efficient.

Rust also allows developers to create custom logic for their applications without having to rely on third-party libraries or frameworks. JavaScript is another language supported by Solana for developing smart contracts. JavaScript provides developers with the ability to create complex applications quickly and easily, as well as access powerful libraries such as React and Node.

js. Solidity is a high-level programming language designed specifically for writing Ethereum smart contracts. It allows developers to write code that can be deployed on the Ethereum blockchain quickly and securely.

Solidity also provides developers with access to powerful libraries such as Truffle and OpenZeppelin, which make it easier to develop complex applications on top of the Ethereum blockchain. In addition to these languages, Solana also supports WebAssembly (WASM), which allows developers to write code in any language they choose and compile it into a format that can be deployed on the Solana blockchain. This makes it possible for developers to use languages such as C++, Python, Java, Go, or even custom languages like Rust or JavaScript when creating their own applications/services/dApps etc.

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