We are building a privacy-centric blockchain platform to power the Internet of Trusted Things. Our in-house innovations include the blockchains-in-blockchain architecture for heterogeneous computing, fast and robust Roll-DPoS consensus scheme, and efficient trusted computing protocols.
Build Your Own Blockchain
Set up a Full Node
Our blockchain iotex-core is distributed in the form of a docker image. We also provide a config file for your convenience to set up and deploy. With just a few easy steps, you can setup and run a full node in your preferred environment.
Install the docker platform and download our docker image
Download the config file and configure network settings.
Run the Node with One Simple Command
Once the correct network settings are properly configured, you can easily start a full node by executing one command line! The full node runs in a docker container and a service endpoint is exposed allowing users to monitor its status and interact with the blockchain.
"Explore" the Full Node
We have open-sourced the IoTeX Explorer, which allows users to access, monitor, and query transactions and actions on the blockchain. Now you can set up and deploy your own full node Explorer by following the simple steps in our instructions! Every node will have its own wallet and, once it is setup, you can engage with the IoTeX network by sending transactions to other nodes / wallets.
Interact with IoTeX Programmatically
Utilize subchains separate from the root blockchain for greater scalability.
Benefit from transparency, community contributions and security.
Experiment freely in isolation without worrying about rogue code impacting the root chain.
Leverage innovative scheme for military-grade cryptography securing the platform.
Personalize all aspects of your subchain including tokens, transactions and consensus.
Subchains development does not disrupt Mainnet or any other subchain.
Deploy your subchains with ease and choose hosts to run and secure it.
Third Party Wallets
IoTeX Tool Kits
We Need Your Help!
Contributions to help IoTeX reach its full potential, including style/bug fixes, feature recommendations, proposals for schemes/algorithms, and help with documentation, are all welcomed and greatly appreciated! For code contributions, please refer to our Contribution Guidelines for more information. To report issues, please file an issue on our Github page.