The Ultimate Hub For Decentralized Applications

Homeros opens a portal to a true decentralized marketplace for all DApps with the DDPoS algorithm.

The Homeros blockchain network is a decentralized and distributed system. It comes with an improved version of a third-generation mainnet and an upgraded block generation system. With this, the network can easily handle over 300,000 transactions per second (TPS). So, issues of security, scalability, interoperability, and authenticity are no longer a threat. Homeros aims to be a solution that will benefit the global application development community.

Deploy DApps, play games, and acquire items from multiple DApps on Homeros.

Private Mainnet

The private is expected to be a customized platform with a cloud platform

Developer Support Program will immensely support the private mainnet of Homeros. Through this, the ecosystem will make a better performance.

Public Mainnet

Faster Speed and Enhanced Security is the highlighted capability of having a public mainnet.

DApp Originated Ecosystem contributes a significant help on making the Homeros ecosystem unique for the public mainnet.

DDPoS In-Depth

Dual Delegated Proof of Stake (DDPOS) uses a total of 21 delegated nodes, where 17 Master nodes are fixed and the remaining 4 will be block observer.

Understanding DDPoS

To allow a stronger and more secure validating model of consensus, Homeros has chosen a Dual Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DDPoS) mechanism. With this method, Homeros can ensure seamless block generation whilst prioritizing the integrity of the elected master nodes. This in turn, protects the entire Homeros blockchain.

Always-on traffic monitoring.

Adaptive real time tuning.

Web application firewall for resource attacks

Why DDPoS?

DDPoS does not incur any costs, not even in the use of the blockchain. Even if the master nodes, which are nodes with the authority to produce blocks (BPs), become in collusion; integrity can be maintained as collusion is prevented by the random nodes (BOs) that are arbitrarily selected. In effect, nodes (BOs) are selected randomly to generate blocks in a random order together with the masternodes.

In each round, block observers are selected. And this eliminates the hacking threat.

There will be 17 block producers and 4 block observers


Homeros is comprised of three abstract and programmable layers.

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