About us

EdenChain: Fast, Secure and Reliable Third Generation Blockchain Platform
for Enterprise Users

There exists a plethora of tradable asset classes in the world, such as stocks, bonds, real estate and commodities amongst many others. Individuals buy and sell these assets for various financial and non-financial purposes.

As technology continues to develop, more asset classes have begun to emerge, such as copyrights, insurance policies and derivatives, all of which contain a tradeable value when certain conditions are met.

EdenChain is building a blockchain platform that can replace existing assets with blockchain-based tokens allowing their ownership to be registered.

EdenChain is a tokenization platform optimized for enterprises

EdenChain is an enterprise-centric blockchain technology. It allows all tangible and intangible values to be capitalized through smart contracts, enabling people to freely trade through the internet without intermediaries.

Permissioned
Blockchain

Our permissioned blockchain allows enterprises a greater degree of control, privacy and security. It guarantees 100% First-in-first-out processing of all transactions through Namespace technology.

Scalability

Parallel execution through Namespace and Merkle Tree technology to simultaneously carries out a vast number of transactions with affordable processing fee. EdenChain leverages the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) which is Solidity-friendly to increase accessibility to smart contracts.

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.

Hardware & Software
Protection

E-Oracle consensus module within Intel’s SGX Enclave provides a safe and secure environment for EdenChain’s key programs against hardware and software attacks.

Optimal Resource Usage

EdenChain uses Energy-efficient Proof of Elapsed Time (PoET) consensus to optimize computing power resource. Cost is based on per transaction and each transaction processed on a first-in-first-out basis (FIFO).