Roxe Chain Technology Advantages

Higher Concurrency

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Higher Scalability

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Tighter security

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Higher Concurrency

Processing Speed

Roxe Chain's blockchain architecture is based on Graphene technology. With a BFT-DPOS consensus algorithm and sharding technology, Roxe Chain is designed for high processing speed.

Distributed Applications

Roxe Chain solves the problems of low application performance, poor security, high development difficulty and cross chain communication difficulty of blockchain, and realizes the performance expansion of distributed applications.

Closed Smart Contracts

Roxe Chain focuses on clearing and settlement services, so it adopts closed smart contracts, and provides corresponding clearing and settlement protocols and corresponding middleware components, all nodes can easily and quickly access Roxe Chain.

Higher Scalability

Plug-in-design

Roxe Chain’s plug-in design is highly decoupled, and its function modules can be independently developed and combined freely as needed.

High Performance Smart Contracts

The Roxe Chain smart contract uses Web Assembly (WASM), an emerging and high-performance virtual machine. It has an LLVM compilation backend and is compatible with all programs written in high-level languages such as C, C++, and Java, reducing the learning curve for developers.

Ethereum Project Compatibility

Any smart contracts on Ethereum can run on Roxe Chain, which is based on the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) with minor modifications. Ethereum projects can be smoothly migrated to Roxe Chain to achieve higher performance.

Higher Throughput

Graphene Technology

Roxe Chain is based on Graphene technology, a blockchain tool kit. The Graphene blockchain library has been adopted by many well-known blockchain projects.

Graphene characteristics include fast transfer speed and high throughput.

Partition Technology

All transactions are separated by region numbers to form a partition chain. Each partition chain is single-threaded, and multiple partition chains can be run concurrently on a node to achieve a high-throughput with a highly scalable underlying architecture.

Tighter security

Supernodes & Transparent Forging

Roxe Chain Foundation intends to  enroll 21 supernodes. The block generation order of supernodes, and the order of auditing all network’s transactions, are all randomly set by the system and randomly changed, preventing cheating and avoiding hard forks.

Ownership Mode to Protect Against DOS Attacks

Roxe Chain's ownership model allocates bandwidth, storage space, and computing power in proportion to the number of platform coins held by nodes. Therefore, malicious attackers would have to consume the corresponding proportion of network resources held by platform coins.

Node Access Mechanism

Roxe Chain will be a semi-closed network. Only those who pass a rigorous technology, kyc, and operational review will be accepted. Nodes will only communicate with whitelisted IP addresses to limit the direction and path of communication within the network, and to ensure maximum security within the chain.