Hadron is built to make your Web 3.0 application easier to run, integrate and scale.

Conventional deployment techniques are designed to allow one organization to control a network of nodes. This doesn’t make sense with Blockchain. One organization deploying and controlling the entire network makes it a cluster not a blockchain network.

We needed a way to deploy our own nodes and connect to a network or create a network and enable our stakeholders to dial-in. On top of that, we should be able to dial-in regardless of whether we’re operating out of the cloud or a private data centre.

So we made Hadron with the ability to operate on both cloud and data centres. It allows deployments of multiple blockchains to multiple operating systems. With our Federated Network Protocol built-in, you’ll be able to independently deploy nodes to communicate and start a blockchain and deal with other orchestration tasks for e.g. setting validators, adjusting voting power, handling genesis and other configuration files, etc.

Decentralized collaboration in an edge-based future is a hard challenge to solve. The logistics for decentralized decision-making can make it impossible to run a network in a truly decentralized manner.

We always faced hard times setting up the network, regulating participants, inviting new members and purging nodes. Especially when it comes to deploying smart which would need to be approved or co-developed by various stakeholders.

That’s why Hadron’s control unit facilitates makes these processes a seamless, one-click experience.

In a blockchain network, it’s every developer for his or herself. Each participant must have responsibility for his or her own nodes.

The network health needs to be monitored, corrective actions need to be taken, and metrics have to be recorded to enable debugging of the blockchain network. No one participant will take responsibility for this federated network.

Hadron’s Federated Network Protocol was designed to enable network orchestration and maintenance through smart automation.

Federated Network Protocol

Decentralized networks need a federated governance model.

Conventional systems were built with one administrator. This makes federated deployments and governance challenging due to the lack of available tooling.

Federated Network Protocol (FNP) powers decentralized orchestration.

Users can deploy Blockchain nodes to any platform (cloud or data centre) using Hadron. Networks deployed independently through hadron will collaborate through FNP and conduct orchestration.

This can be useful in the following situations:

  • Automating correction of networks left skewed due to abrupt exits of participating nodes.
  • Adjusting genesis files or other configurations based on the changing network topology.
  • Allowing users to shut down individual nodes without disturbing and impacting the overall chain health

Managing Blockchain is Simple

One-Click Deploy

Users can configure and deploy a fully functional blockchain application in a click.

Blockchain Invite System

Users can send invites to join their blockchain. Invitees simply accept the invitation to become a fully functional node.

Node shutdown

Users can shut down individual nodes without disturbing and impacting the overall chain health.

Predictive Correction of Un-Balanced Networks

Users can automate correction of networks left skewed due to abrupt exits of participating nodes.

Smart Contract Collaborative Tool

Users can develop and manage smart contracts that can be voted upon by other participants enabling deployment by consensus.

Secure Key Generation & Management

Users can generate highly randomized, secure keys and manage their keys with the highest security standards.

Hadron Basic Beta

  • 2 Nodes + 1 Network
  • Access to federated Network Protocal
  • One-Click Deploy
  • Blockchain Invite System
  • Node shutdown
  • Predictive Correction of Un-Balanced Networks
  • Smart Contract Collaborative Tool
  • Secure Key Generation & Management

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