Takamaka: Open-Source Java Blockchain


Open source PoS protocol

Takamaka is a highly scalable, very low-fee and completely open source PoS protocol, capable of going ‘beyond’ and offering a unique experience within the same development environment.

Although the speed of transactions is very high, at 320 TPS, Takamaka keeps the fees extremely low in order to facilitate the adoption and application of the network.

Moreover, Takamaka Blockchain allows to pay for the smart contract and generate an arbitrary number of transactions in advance. In this way, contracts are paid with the Takamaka Stablecoin, the TKR, that is always worth $1. The TKR (Takamaka’s Red Token) qualify as a true stablecoin fully regulated by Swiss laws and exchangeable directly for Fiat currency .

If your intention is the Tokenisation of assets on the Blockchain, interacting with the the Smart Contract, will allow you to generate your Coin and pre-pay for transactions, so that whoever use it or exchange it doesn’t have to pay fees.

The Token is always guaranteed by the TKR and exchangeable at any time with AiliA SA.


Takamaka is Open Source Software, an all-in-one, fully programmable Java blockchain, whose licence allows anyone to modify, use and redistribute the source code.

Approaching Takamaka and designing new prototypes and applications, does not require any permission from us, the source code is public, completely free and available and anyone can exploit it without the need of licence or approval. The Open Source model is designed to ensure that users have access to the source code so that they can examine, understand, correct and improve the software.

If you are familiar with this world, you will already have appreciated the fact that blockchain software projects developed by the community are all licensed under open source. Ethereum is a perfect example of open source blockchain, been licensed under the GNU LGPLv3 and developed through free to use software. In this sense a large community of developers contribute to the code.

How many companies and business models do you know that have started their business on Ethereum?

The Takamaka Enterprise Blockchain is an open blockchain, in the sense that it can be verified by any user and access to it cannot be prevented by central authority or government.

Anyone is allowed to contribute, participate (by programming) and keep the network efficient, thanks to their consent. Takamaka is therefore a consent-driven OS software-based technology, you do not have to ask for any permission to use it.

Visit and meet the community

Telegram: https://t.me/takamaka_io_ita

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Takamaka.io

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/Takamaka.io

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/takamaka.io/

Medium: https://medium.com/takamaka

Web: https://www.takamaka.io


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