The Engine Behind the Most Dynamic Enterprise Blockchain Infrastructure

How EdenChain Works

EdenChain is a tokenization platform optimized for enterprises

Edenchain is a blockchain technology designed specifically with enterprises in mind. It is fast, secure and reliable third generation blockchain platform that allows all tangible and intangible values to be capitalized through smart contracts, enabling people to freely trade through the internet without intermediaries.

Technical Feature

Permissioned Blockchain

As a permissioned blockchain, EdenChain is optimal for enterprise adoption as it can be customized for ever-changing business needs; giving businesses a greater degree of control, privacy and security

Technical Feature


Parallel execution through Namespace and Merkle Tree technology enables the platform to carry out a vast number of transactions simultaneously. A permissioned blockchain builds a trustworthy environment for smart contract execution, guaranteeing 100% First-in-first-out processing of all transactions through the use of nodes within each Namespace. EdenChain leverages the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) which is Solidity-friendly to increase accessibility to smart contracts.

Technical Feature

Secured Interoperability

Edenchain ensures zero-knowledge trusted connectivity between on-chain and off-chain modules through the use of software connectors, enabling interoperability among software modules. Software connectors are essential elements in distributed environments that affect performance, reliability, and security.

Technical Feature

Hardware & Software Protection

E-Oracle consensus module runs programs within Intel’s SGX enclave to defend against hardware and software attacks and accesses external services using HTTPS. Intel’s SGX Enclave provides a safe and secure environment for EdenChain’s key programs

Technical Feature

Optimal Resource Usage

Users can expect to have optimal resources for required computing power through Energy-efficient Proof of Elapsed Time (PoET) consensus. Cost is based on per transaction and each transaction processed on a first-in-first-out basis (FIFO).