PlatON computing infrastructure architecture

PlatON is committed to building a next-generation computing interoperable network. Based on modern cryptography and blockchain technology, PlatON represents a whole new computing paradigm. Premised on ensuring user data privacy, collaborative computing can be performed without relying on a third party to verify the integrity of the results.

Non-Interactive Proof Privacy Calculation

PlatON uses modern cryptographic algorithms to implement computational expansion schemes for non-interactive proofs.



PlatON proposes a verifiable computing scheme that separates consensus and computation from mathematically provable cryptographic algorithms, thereby solving the scalability of private computing.


Privacy-preserving Computation

PlatON implements truely private calculations by superimposing homomorphic encryption (HE) and secure multi-party computation (MPC). This ensures the privacy of input data and the calculation logic itself.

Blockchain Technology

P2P network
It fully implements the P2P basic protocol and Kademlia protocol in the RELOAD (REsource LOcation And Discovery) standard [RFC6940].
Consensus mechanism
PlatON uses a BFT-like PoS mechanism. The introduction of a verifiable random function (VRF) makes the verification node election fairer. Based on the parallel Byzantine Fault Tolerance under the assumption of partial synchronization, it greatly improves consensus efficiency in the blockchain.
Economic model
As an open, free, and accessible system for everyone, PlatON provides an economic analysis framework for consensus algorithms from the perspective of trust. This framework maximizes the interests of participants and allows them to contribute to the entire ecosystem to ensure that the network can develop steadily over the long term.
Governance mechanism
Token holders can select trusted nodes and make decisions through node voting under normal conditions.In terms of major events however, token participants can participate in decision-making directly through a referendum.

Smart Contract

PlatON integrates the WASM virtual machine on the basis of the Ethereum EVM to support more advanced development languages, lower the threshold for contract learning, and improve the performance of contract transaction processing.


Solidity Contract

PlatON inherits the Ethereum EVM virtual machine to support writing contracts in the Solidity language


WASM Contract

Supports mainstream advanced development languages such as C ++, Rust, GO, etc.


Privacy Contract

The contract realizes private data exchanges and collaborative computing to ensure data security


Verifiable contract

Using the VC algorithm ensures the correctness of off-chain privacy-preserving computation.


2018 Q4

Released Baleyworld Test Network

Open Source PlatON Baleyworld

2020 Q4

Released Alaya Meta Network

High-Performance Asynchronous BFT Consensus

Staking Economic Model

EVM and WASM Virtual Machines Support

Asset Security Cross-chain

DeFi Platform and Portal

Privacy-Preserving DeFi Capabilities

2021 Q2

Release PlatON Mainnet

Larger Validator Committee

Optimized Economic Model

Fully Compatible with Ethereum

2021 Q3

Release Privacy-Preserving Computation Network

Data/Computing Nodes Networking

Secure Multi-Party Computation Protocol

Decentralized Compute Scheduling

2021 Q4

Release Decentralized AI Marketplace

Privacy-Preserving AI Development Platform

Privacy-Preserving AI Service Marketplace

Privacy-Preserving AI Economic Incentive mechanism

2022 Q1

Release Privacy-Preserving AI DApps

Privacy-Preserving AI-Powered Oracle

Privacy-Preserving AI-Powered DeFi

2022 Q2

Release Privacy-Preserving Collaborative AI Network

AI Agent Interoperability Protocol

Privacy-Preserving AI-Powered DAO

2022 Q4

Release More Privacy-Preserving AI DApps


Financial Risk Control

Smart Cities