KleverChain: The ultimate blockchain coming soon

KleverChain is a public chain from the Klever ecosystem that will fill the gap of scalability, accessibility, and performance that other chains are still lacking.

Klever, one of the fastest-growing blockchain organizations today offering its services such as wallets, swaps, NFTs, and much more, has launched its own blockchain, KleverChain, to solve all of the problems faced by the blockchain industry.

KleverChain has been designed to be anonymous, trustless, and secure across borders using decentralized economies to eliminate middlemen. The system has been designed after years of studying various blockchains.

As a long-standing developer of blockchain products and solutions, Klever has built their public chain with the knowledge, expertise, and open mind needed to deliver the most efficient technology in terms of security, performance, scalability, and accessibility.

KleverChain is a simple, powerful public chain

KleverChain makes it easy, cheap, and simple for developers to build and deploy blockchain kApps. It offers an array of decentralized applications, and with the launch of Testnet in December 2021, DApps have been tested, optimized, and advanced to make the blockchain experience secure, seamless and inspiring.

KleverChain works on a proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus mechanism. That means any individual or company is selected as validators on the basis of the KLV they have staked on the chain.

The validators’ task is to validate and mine blocks on KleverChain. These validators also act as master nodes and these nodes have access to a highly reliable network.


With Bitcoin transacting 4.6 transactions per second, Ethereum transacting just 15 per second, on KleverChain between 2000 to 3000 transactions can be made per second. 

KleverChain developers have learned a lot from years of building blockchain solutions and products and have come up with a public chain that will disrupt the blockchain sector for good.

They have learned a lot about the practice of microservices from our experience handling large amounts of data in the private sector and having multiple public blockchain nodes and about 3 million users on Klever Wallet.

KleverChain is built on a microservice architecture, where each process is responsible for its own task and integrated with others. With a one-click solution, anyone who wishes to run their own instance of KleverChain can do so in a fast and scalable manner.

KleverChain in the future will come with built-in kApps

Developers can disable and enable various kApps like On-Chain swap, Liquidity mining, liquidity pools, username and domain sales as well as registration, digital identity, NFT marketplace, creating collectibles and NFT tokens, loans and collaterals, and DEX.

KleverOS SDK 

To build a project on KleverChain, developers will need a KleverOS software development kit (SDK). 

KleverOS SDK has made blockchain simpler, why should blockchain be difficult? It offers a simple approach to mobile and web developers and they do not require a deep understanding of crypto and blockchain to build a kApp on KleverChain.

Many a time apps can be very difficult to integrate on a blockchain network due to complexity, but KleverChain will change this by lowering the barrier of entry and making it easier to integrate the features a developer wants.

KleverChain’s native infrastructure is much more secure, simpler to build, and cheaper to deploy than today’s dapps.

With many features, KleverChain will become a public blockchain to be reckoned with. Developers who are working for society at large can come and build their kApps on this public blockchain that has been dedicated to the public good. 

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