Exzo Network is a lightning-fast Layer-1 blockchain enabling users and developers to build EVM compatible decentralized apps, games, DeFi protocol's, and scaling solutions.

Exzo Network is a web3 infrastructure protocol with the mission of being the go to blockchain solution for enterprises, Web3 gaming, and DeFi. It provides infinite scalability through zkSnarks, optimistic roll-ups, side-chains, decentralized and automated yield generating bridges, smart contract auditing and verification systems, and other features. Exzo Network also has multiple target markets including Decentralized Finance, Enterprise Solutions, Web3 and Big Data. Its goal is to offer developers easy access to major scaling and infrastructure solutions while maintaining a solid foundation for growth and security excellence.

Exzo Network is

  • Cross-chain interoperable
  • Decentralized
  • Eco-friendly
  • open-source
  • Permissionless

Exzo Network is

  • Scale Web3 adoption and security
  • Foster participation and growth
  • Encourage application development
  • Cultivate a strong developer ecosystem


Exzo Network achieves transaction finality in ~2 seconds on average and provides real-time transactions. That aid in enhancing metaverse gaming, data processing, transaction processing, and cross-chain transactions.


Exzo Network can process thousands of transactions per seconds and can scale to hundreds of nodes with the capability of scaling to 65,000 transactions per second (TPS).


PoS BFT consensus provides institutional-grade security to distributed networks. Exzo Network offers absolute finality, which means that transactions can never be reverted like in networks with probabilistic finality.

The Exzo Network is also leaderless. By removing leaders, security doesn’t rely on a small set of actors or node validators.

Smart Contract Support

Exzo Network is fully compatible with Ethereum. Developers can create and deploy smart contracts as they would on Ethereum using custom smart contracts or their favorite open-source protocols.

Securing the network

A node validator must stake 10,000 XZO tokens to be able to operate as a node validator, which provides early adopters the benefit of a low barrier to entry for validating transactions and helping secure the Exzo Network as the fair launch price of Exzo (XZO) was $0.05.


The XZO token will hold a utility of governance voting rights for XZO token burns throughout the years from the treasury smart contract. This is due to helping prevent inflation and keeping a stable and secure price target for securing the Exzo Network blockchain. Voting will consist of the following discussion topics

  • Grant funding for new projects (DeFi, Gaming, Security, Government compliance tools, and more).
  • Projects being listed on the Exzo Network decentralized exchange (DEX).
  • XZO token burning events.

Node Validator Incentives

XZO transaction emissions are distributed as incentives for securing and scaling the network. These incentives go directly to node validators to encourage competition, and improve the health of the Exzo Network ecosystem.


Industry use cases

Learn how Exzo Network can be implemented into different industries, projects, and markets.

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Learn the different wallet options that are available to users of the Exzo Network.

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Learn how can stake by delegating your tokens to validators who process transactions and run the network.

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Learn how can port your code from Ethereum, or develop on native chain, to deploy it.

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Command Line

Learn how to use the Exzo Network command-line tools to create a wallet, to send and receive XZO tokens.

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Developing on native Exzo

Learn how to start developing immediately you can build, deploy, and run one of the examples.

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Learn how to add Exzo Network native token XZO to your cryptocurrency exchange.

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Learn how run a Exzo Network validator node.

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Learn how Exzo Network maintains several different clusters with different purposes.

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Learn how a cluster is created, how nodes join the cluster, and how they cope with buggy and malicious nodes.

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Learn how Exzo Network project will be aimed to including full support of Ethereum based dApps.

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Performance Reports

Learn how to measure the SC ERC20 token transfers, SC ERC721 token minting and EOA to EOA.

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