Chromia is both a blockchain and a relational database.
Chromia is an independent Layer One, or a Layer Two to ship fast things faster.
My Neighbor Alice is a multiplayer builder game, introducing blockchain to millions of players. Anyone can buy and own virtual islands, collect and build exciting items and meet new friends.View Now
Mines of Dalarnia is an action-adventure game. Players mine and combine various in-game items, improving their skills and gear to unlock the Mines of Dalarnia universe's secrets while fighting enemies and searching for rare relics and artifacts.Play Now
Krystopia: Nova’s Journey is an immersive puzzle game developed by Antler Interactive. Players need to solve challenging puzzles and figure out the mystery of a new planet to progress in a game. The game connects to Mines of Dalarnia using Chromia’s innovative cross-game mechanism.Play Now
Chain of Alliance is an on-chain role-playing and strategy game in a fantasy/science fiction setting with NFTs. Join a party of adventurers and combat other players parties or AI-controlled monsters. Loot and get XP to enhance and develop your heroes!View Now
LAC PropertyChain is a land administration initiative in Latin America and the Caribbean powered by the Chromia public blockchain. Sponsored by the Inter-American Development Bank, this project has developed an open-source application that facilitates property transactions.Visit Website
Lingon is a platform for issuing and managing digital certificates on blockchain to prove both authenticity and ownership of unique assets. Chromia and Lingon will create a trustless solution for a traceable and transparent digital identity based on the relational blockchain that rules out the possibility of tampering.Visit Website
CapChap is a legaltech startup providing a blockchain based shareholder registry and corporate actions application based on the Chromia Platform.Visit Website
The solution is designed specifically to meet the needs of the European Blockchain Services Infrastructure. It is suitable to support a large swathe of the international blockchain infrastructure and desirable use cases.Visit Website
Easy Hedge for Your Cryptocurrencies. The future economy will be built on cryptocurrencies, but they are very volatile and could be risky investments. Hedget introduces decentralized options, you pay the smallest possible premium to secure your positions against unexpected price movements.Visit Website
Green Assets Wallet is the first enterprise decentralized app on Chromia designed for green bond validation and impact reporting, co-created by a consortium of leading capital market actors, green finance experts and technology innovators.Visit Website
Operating entirely on top of the Chromia relational blockchain making it the melting pot for the Chromia community. It is our take on a fully decentralized social media platform where users engage on their own terms by voting mechanisms and other cool features.Visit Website
We’ve created a program where startups, SMEs and larger enterprises can explore blockchain and learn how to master the Chromia platform.Visit Innovation Lab
A blockchain is a simple list of transactions. Finding anything requires you to search everything from start to end. A relational database is the tech that powers your social network, your bank, all your non-trivial applications. Our technical solution is for the real world.
You might not think about them much, but databases power your every day. Your bank. Your social network. Your web.
Relational databases are everywhere. Used by 100% of all enterprises. For several decades.
Used in millions of applications by millions of developers. Based on a mathematical foundation and decades of optimization, this technology makes it very easy to manage data. It is also very powerful meaning even complex applications can be built.
Among developers , relational database programming is more known than Java, Python, PHP, C#, C. Blockchain languages are not on the top 20 list.
And, the top four kinds of databases are all relational.
Basically fantastic, but also basic. We love blockchain, but it can be better. Finding information fast, structuring it in a good way, building large applications. A ledger is the wrong tool for this. Blockchain is about managing data, how to manage data best is already a solved issue.
Take a database that is used in production for over 10 years.
Add a light software layer that handles voting and consensus.
Put a chain of transactions, a blockchain, inside the database.
Together 1, 2 and 3 is a Node. Distribute Nodes among several independent participants.
A request to write data goes to one of the nodes, who sends it to the other nodes. All independent nodes will inspect the request: Is it signed? Does it follow the rules we have agreed to, given the current data I see in my local database? If so, the node will vote Yes. Once the nodes are in agreement, the actual writing is done, and it is also logged in the blockchain.
You now have a database that is also a blockchain. Now you can enjoy the user-friendliness, power, and logic of a proper database when you implement a bright future.
Chromia can be a Layer Two to Ethereum, making use of cheaper and faster development time as well as cheaper and faster transactions. This is how Hedget creates a marketplace for financial options, DeFi made faster playing well with Ethereum. Read below on why Relational Blockchain makes development faster.
Chromia is built on relational database technology, meaning decades of real world enterprise technology used in all industries. Chromia can be used as a private, public or hybrid blockchain.
The Chromia Platform originated from enterprise use-cases, pioneering work done in Land Registration and E-Currencies. The unique roots in relational databases and smooth hybrid capabilities is fantastic news for enterprises.
Fast and easy development, intuitive for users. This is how decentralized social networks and games can have full logic on-chain, but also how new financial applications and transparent enterprise applications can be built.
To improve security and productivity even more, we have created Rell, our take on a universal language that is easier to learn and more efficient to work with. It's based on SQL, which most developers know.
Rell is highly efficient and permits fewer lines of code than other blockchain languages.Go to developer portal
The power of a blockchain combined with a relational database.
Chromia Explorer is a fully decentralized blockchain explorer, which allows users to visualize transactions and activities on different chains.
The Chromia Vault Single Sign On (SSO) is a unique feature created to reduce password entering without compromising users’ security.
Chromia Vault allows users to manage their tokens and dapps on the Chromia blockchain.
Chroma (CHR) is the native token designed to empower the Chromia platform and foster a mutually beneficial relationship between developers, users, and investors.
Act as platform currency
Payment of hosting fees
We believe in a publicly hosted application infrastructure, a vision of a reformed internet which is truly aligned with the needs of their users. We believe in a public sector that is for the people, free of corruption and inefficiencies. We believe we have the tools needed, and we have been working on them since 2012.
Chromia is the brainchild of ChromaWay, a pioneering blockchain company. Back in 2012, Alex Mizrahi the CTO started working together on what can be called the first implementation of user-defined assets on a blockchain, called colored coins. This creation was absolutely revolutionary. We are sure you have heard about tokens.
Since 2014, the three co-founders have been working on solutions for banks, enterprises, governments and private institutions and have built a team with people from all over the world. ChromaWay is a free and open source software company since always, and will not be controlling Chromia which is a true decentralized platform.
Did you know...
Did you know that Or is featured in the very first article ever published about Bitcoin on TechCrunch? He was the co-founder of one of the very first Bitcoin wallets. The other co-founder was Stephan Thomas, who would later become the CTO of Ripple.
Co-founder & COO
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Did you know that Henrik made an appearance on Dragon’s Den? He was pitching an idea for a startup company that aimed to create freedom on the internet. It was edited down to 16 seconds. Alex Mizrahi was also involved in this internet startup. Shortly after the Dragon’s Den appearance, Alex discovered Bitcoin. Henrik and Alex then came up with a new startup - that idea became ChromaWay and led to the creation of the Chromia platform.
Co-founder & CEO
Did you know...
Did you know that Alex was the founder and lead developer of the first blockchain token protocol, Colored Coins? Alex worked with a young whiz kid who helped write parts of the Colored Coins whitepaper. That kid was Vitalik Buterin, and the next whitepaper that kid wrote happened to be for something called Ethereum.
Co-founder & CTO
I found out that there was a workshop for Rell (the programming language for writing dapps on Chromia) in Stockholm. So I went and was pleasantly surprised how easy it looked.
I always thought that building something on the blockchain would be difficult. However, with Chromia and Rell, it really is not.
Community pioneer April 2020
I was a private sales investor in Chromia and during the due course I got very much involved within the ecosystem as I really liked the Vision in the team members and promise in technology.
One of the rare teams I have seen in this revolutionary Blockchain industry whose prime focus is to keep developing the technology rather than being distracted by other factors. Chromia is going to be the flag-bearer of this Blockchain industry.
Community pioneer April 2020
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