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On this page, you'll find detailed information about our ongoing projects, completed achievements, and future plans. Explore each section to stay updated and informed about our progress and direction.
  • Token : ERC20 token released natively on Arbitrum One.
  • Website : Website, and the Kenshi Dashboard are live.
  • Forum : Kenshi forum, an open crypto hub, is publicly available.
  • Community : Active communities on Telegram, Discord, Twitter.
  • Community Engagement : Kenshi Engagement Protocol is functional. is used for community-centric collaborations.
  • Staking : Kenshi staking program is publicly available to all KNS users.
  • DEX : Kenshi token is listed on UniSwap.
  • ☑️ CEX : Kenshi token is not listed on a CEX. The target for a CEX listing is a +$25M market cap.
  • Deep Index : Kenshi Deep Index, a serverless framework for indexing blockchain events is released on 8 EVM chains.
  • R-API : Kenshi R-API, a push notification service for receiving and processing blockchain events is live and on 8 EVM chains.
  • IoT SDK : Kenshi IoT SDK, a suite of libraries to enable processing of blockchain events on embedded devices is released for Arduino, ESP32, and Zephyr. The IoT SDK is available on +200 development boards for quick prototyping.
  • Oracle Network : Kenshi Oracle Network, a serverless, asynchronous, fault-tolerant network for creating custom oracles is live on 8 EVM blockchains.
  • IoT Boards / HSM : Kenshi is building embedded devices that are able to securely connect to the blockchain, manage crypto-assets, manage secrets, make secure API requests, and more.
  • Unchained : Kenshi Unchained is peer-to-peer decentralized network for validating data. Unchained is the future of Kenshi, aiming to decentralize all of the Kenshi products mentioned above.
You can find detailed roadmap of our ongoing projects in this section.
Unchained is a peer-to-peer, decentralized network for data validation.
You can find our Unchained progress here:
  • Federated Network : The Unchained testnet is available. The Unchained client is able to auto-recover and connect to peers.
  • Data Validation : The underlying decentralized protocol for validating pieces of data is in place. BLS signature aggregation is used by peers to sign data.
  • Persistence : The validated data is persisted in PostgreSQL.
  • Smart Contracts : Unchained uses a Liquid Proof of Stake consensus mechanism. We are working on smart contracts to allow users to stake their KNS tokens for the Unchained network.
  • RPC : We need an interface for consumers to be able to query validated data on the Unchained network.
  • ☑️ Plugins : Plugins for the different Unchained use cases still need to be developed.
  • ☑️ Documentation : Unchained isn't fully documented yet.
  • ☑️ Explorer : We need an explorer and status page for Unchained.
  • HSMs can be used to manage custody of crypto assets. For example, by banks or exchanges.
  • They can be used as programmable wallets by DeFi projects, or to make secure API requests.
  • The Kenshi HSM can be used as a more secure alternative to existing secret managers, such as HashiCorp Vault.
  • These devices can also be used for decentralized oracles, data collection networks, supply chain management, and plenty of other use cases.
You can find our HSM progress here:
  • Prototype : We have made a prototype HSM, including the hardware, and several firmwares.
  • Open Hardware : We are investigating a Bring-Your-Own-Hardware option where users can benefit from the Kenshi HSM capabilities on hardware that is easily sourceable on the market.
  • Partnerships : We are in contact with Swiss semiconductor and secure hardware manufacturers.
  • ☑️ Firmwares : Firmwares for different use cases, and a GUI app for managing the software on the HSM devices are required before HSM release.
  • ☑️ Certification : The custom-made electronics need to be certified.