Reliable EOSIO node operating
    in a legal friendly jurisdiction
    that supports geographical diversification


We believe that the features and functionality of the EOSIO technology is so revolutionary that in the near future we may witness disruptions in the traditional business models and social relationships that may affect each of us. We believe that the major driving force for mass adoption will come from business developing industrial scale decentralised applications, and pioneers in this will be startups that are not burdened with the clunky organisational structures and who are able to look into the future with a fresh perspective. But once the transformational process initiated large corporations will find themselves in the position to follow EOSIO revolution and adopt their business models accordingly. Then the changes may become viral.

However, given that the EOSIO technology is based on the DPOS protocol, the networks launched by the community will be associated with the producing nodes and their owners. Thus all these transformational changes may not happen soon unless the community offers reliable and reputable network, which is not burdened with the legacy of the early blockchain projects often associated nowadays with the criminal activity.

Therefore, we believe that the block producing nodes should be located and operated in the jurisdictions that support trust and transparency. The owners of block producing nodes should be transparent and comply with the local legislation, the community ethical standards and adopted EOSIO constitution. Also, in order to minimise potential risks and make the EOSIO network stable and reliable producing nodes must be distributed across different jurisdictions.


We pledge to never pay for the approval votes. Also we believe that paying dividends to the EOS tokenholders is not healthy for the the EOSIO ecosystem. Instead we believe that the community (including block producers) should balance their interests with the inflation rate mechanism incorporated into the EOSIO software.

Our inflation rewards will be reinvested into the network performance (node security, redundancy, processing capacity and additional geographic diversification) as well as into initiatives that benefit to the whole community (investments into DAPPs development and education).

We pledge to always comply with the local legislation, high ethical standards and adopted EOSIO constitution. We will stop our operations if local legislation become restrictive or the community ethical standards become contradictory to the local legislation. In this case we will inform the community in advance

We pledge to never collude with the other block producers or put our interest above the interests of the community

We pledge to run only one node per network


Novosibirsk, Russia.

HQ and node are located in close proximity to one of the largest forge of IT specialists in Russia - Novosibirsk State University. Students of Novosibirsk State University each year hold one of the leading places in the international programming competition ACM ICPC. Close proximity to such IT hub will facilitate our efforts in the DAPPs development and node scaling.

The Team

Ivan - the founder and CTO of a large data center. Ivan has broad experience in rolling out industrial scale IT infrastructure solutions. Tech specialist with deep expertise in telecommunication and server-based solutions

Kirill - a serial entrepreneur, who successfully built nationwide businesses and who is able to provide all necessary resources (legal support, human resources and etc.) for node scaling. Kirill is a professional investor with the rare skills to build large projects from the scratch. Kirill has international work experience and is ACCA charterholder.

Maxim - an investment banker with 15+ years of international experience. Maxim has broad experience in capital raise for IT companies in Russia. Maxim is qualified for operation with cryptocurrencies in accordance with the currently adopting legislation in Russia.

Installed hardware and approach to scalability

  • Only ‘bare metal’ IT infrastructure

  • Currently in operation two EOSIO servers and three Data Storage servers

  • The servers are distributed across two different buildings and are interconnected via fiber-optic communication links. These premises are equipped with the fire alarm emergency systems and backup power supply channels and accumulators