At the heart of TomoChain, the Proof-of-Stake Voting consensus enables it as an
EVM-compatible and scalable public blockchain, on which every Ethereum smart contract can be effectively run with almost instant transaction confirmation.
- Coin-holders deposit 50k TOMO to become a masternode candidate
- Coin-holders vote for masternode candidates
- Most voted candidates are selected as masternodes
- Masternodes create blocks in a round-robin and double validation
- Masternodes finalizing blocks are incentivized
Double validation provides an additional trustless validation layer for security enhancement through a provable uniform distribution decentralized randomization. Specifically, when a block is created by a masternode, it must be verified by another masternode that is randomly selected among the set of masternodes before being added to the blockchain. Double validation strengthens Tomochain’s security, reduces fork and nothing-at-stake attacks, and makes TomoChain unique among other Proof-of-Stake-based blockchains.
TomoScan brings TomoChain’s transparency to users by showing block, transaction, smart contracts, DApp, token information, technical visualisations and statistics about performance and token holders from TomoChain to users.
TomoMaster provides a professional UI that allows to deposit 50k TOMO to become a masternode candidate, to vote for masternodes and the gorvernance by connecting to MetaMask, and to show masternode performance statistics.
Stat shows the various metrics regarding the current testnet including including the current number of masternodes, masternodes performance, current TPS, block-time, confirmation time, finality and other useful metrics.
Faucet allows for users to collect fake TOMO that is only used for testing the TomoChain testnet and has no use in the TomoChain mainnet that will be launched later this year.