General Distributed
Technology Company Laboratory Organization Collective Experiment

Secure Scaling Dimensionally.
Power Law Economics.

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Unitychain is evolving Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT).
Utilizing our innovative architecture, novel consensus algorithm (UnityBFT),
and distributed hash tables (DHTs), we are solving for blockchain scalability
without sacrificing decentralization, security, or speed.

Our network scales and gets reinforced with more participants, while
being lightweight enough for Mobile Friendly Validation. Speed and
security occur in parallel. Participants of our network earn 99.9% of
validation and storage rewards.


Proof of Work is highly secure but incredibly wasteful.
Proof of Stake is highly scalable but participation is limited to the wealthy.

Unitychain's novel consensus protocol doesn’t rely on wasteful Proof of Work Mining nor game theoretical Proof of Stake systems.
Instead, utilizing Chaos Theory and The Butterfly Effect in conjunction with our system’s architecture, we are able to create an
equitable protocol that leads to greater democratization of blockchain participation, without sacrificing scalability and security.

Our Advantages

Unity Protocol

Solved Blockchain Scalability. Sharding achieved through consensus on DHT. Infinitely Scalable.

RNG Protocol

True Random Number Generation. On-chain Non-Deterministic tRNG via our Decentralized Oracle Network.

Quantum Resistant

Even if it were possible to predict the tRNG, our architecture still requires majority control of nodes.

P2P Storage with DRM

In our network, you own your data and have control of where it is allowed to exist and who is able to access it.


Borrowing concepts from Apache Kafka, our system will stream transactions instead of isolated blockchain events, increasing throughput and scalability. Our system scales exponentially with more nodes and we expect 3-5 seconds finality.

Identity and Governance


All validating nodes in our system are known (Know Your Machine). Identity, ownership, and a voice are fundamental human necessities. Our Liquid democracy framework ensures that protocol updates are controlled through an inclusive parliamentary process.

Power Law Economics

(Validation Rewards)

Every validator in our system receives rewards for participating in consensus. By proportionately rewarding positive behavior, incentives are aligned. Our network's incentives are evenly distributed to all good actors, thus making the concept of mining pools or centralization of compute power obsolete.

The Butterfly Effect

Current Random Number Generators (RNGs) are limited and pseudo-random. Introducing high entropy variables into our morphing algorithm ensures authenticity and unbiased outputs. It will take 1 Billion Years on average to infiltrate and double spend in our system.

Our Team

Joshua D. Tobkin

Co-founder Unitychain / CEO
Core Architect & Developer

Jon Jones

Co-founder Unitychain CBO
UC Berkeley - Political Economy

Larron Armstead

Co-founder Unitychain CTO
Sony - Senior Engineer

Carlotta Bertolino

Chief of Staff,
MSc Strategic Management

Shinny Lee

Creative Director Unitychain

Kieran Mesquita

Decentralization Philosopher &
Solutions Architect

Dr. Hermann Liu

Lead Advisor Unitychain
Technology Entrepreneur/Venture Investor

Lane Campbell

Advisor, Serial Entrepreneur

Dr. Ben Schanker

Advisor, CEO
Harvard M.D./Oxford M.B.A.

Dr. Jacob Oliver

Advisor, CEO
PhD Candidate

Monica Puchner

Advisor, CEO
Crypto Educator

Dave Room

Advisor, CEO
Stanford Masters

Dr. Jasper Hou

VP International Relations,
PhD Philosophy

Dr. Arcady Novosyolov

Lead Mathematician,
PhD Applied Mathematics

Vasil Zidrovski

Senior Blockchain Developer

Brandon Hoffman

SF Community Manager

Latest Blog Posts

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  • February 04, 2020
  • By Unitychain Core Team

How Blockchain will revitalize the fractured Global Supply Chain

90% of all goods in global trade is carried by the shipping industry, but even in the age of smartphones and self driving cars, manual paper-based systems – such as fax machines – are still the industry standard method to process shipments. Almost 50% of large global companies communicate with their suppliers using email, phone or fax when ordering stock, processing invoices and producing bills of lading.

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  • January 12, 2020
  • By Jeremy Rogers

Provable Randomness: How To Test RNGs

How do you know if something is really random? When testing Random Number Generators (RNGs) for randomness you quickly run into the “is that really random” dilemma. As pattern seeking creatures, we naturally look for patterns on an ongoing basis. Like many things, randomness varies.

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  • December 5, 2019
  • By Kieran Mesquita

Infrastructure Threats to P2P Networks

It’s fair to say that most people without a deep understanding of networking probably consider the internet to be a globally decentralized network, which is a reasonable assumption though incorrect.

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