|欢迎来到Sui，这是一个下一代智能合约平台，具有高吞吐量，低延迟和由Move编程语言提供支持的面向资产的编程模型！在下面的 Sui 开发人员指南和支持材料中找到你需要的所有内容。|
flowchart LR CC(CLI Client) --> ClientService RC(Rest Client) --> ClientService RPCC(RPC Client) --> ClientService ClientService --> AuthorityAggregator AuthorityAggregator --> AC1[AuthorityClient] & AC2[AuthorityClient] subgraph Authority1 AS[AuthorityState] end subgraph Authority2 AS2[AuthorityState] end AC1 <==>|Network TCP| Authority1 AC2 <==>|Network TCP| Authority2
Sui is a smart contract platform maintained by a permissionless set of authorities that play a role similar to validators or miners in other blockchain systems.
Sui offers scalability and unprecedented low-latency for common use cases. Sui makes the vast majority of transactions processable in parallel, which makes better use of processing resources, and offers the option to increase throughput with more resources. Sui forgoes consensus to instead use simpler and lower-latency primitives for common use cases, such as payment transactions and assets transfer. This is unprecedented in the blockchain world and enables a number of new latency-sensitive distributed applications, ranging from gaming to retail payment at physical points of sale.
Sui is written in Rust and supports smart contracts written in the Move programming languageto define assets that may have an owner. Move programs define operations on these assets including custom rules for their creation, the transfer of these assets to new owners, and operations that mutate assets.
Sui has a native token called SUI, with a fixed supply. The SUI token is used to pay for gas, and is also used as delegated stake on authorities within an epoch. The voting power of authorities within this epoch is a function of this delegated stake. Authorities are periodically reconfigured according to the stake delegated to them. In any epoch the set of authorities is Byzantine fault tolerant. At the end of the epoch, fees collected through all transactions processed are distributed to authorities according to their contribution to the operation of the system. Authorities can in turn share some of the fees as rewards to users that delegated stake to them.
Sui is backed by a number of state-of-the-art peer-reviewed works and years of open source development.