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Koii combines decentralized rails and incentives with traditional tools
Here is a list of some of the tools that can be used together when implementing Koii-X. With a combination of simple dApp templates and a variety of content storage and wallet integration options, building on web3 has never been easier.

Task Nodes

The basic element of the Koii Network is the ability to deploy scalable microservices, called Tasks, which can run on as many nodes as necessary to support your project.

K2 Settlement Layer

The K2 Layer utilizes a fork of a Solana Node to provide high-speed transactions and tracks voting between Task Nodes. Unlike Solana, K2 stores its blockchain history on decentralized file storage networks instead of locally, providing a somewhat larger capacity. K2 also has higher Rent costs for data uploads, favoring storage alternatives and generally an option for small payloads or ideally Boolean votes to reduce loads.

Templates from Koii

Koii currently has two templates available, which both support KOII token mining via attention tracking right out of the box.

Decentralized Storage

By default, packages are optimized to use storage networks rather than traditional hosting.
  • Store files on peer-to-peer networks that span the globe
  • Protect art and free speech with censorship-resistant ledgers
  • Pay anonymously with cryptocurrency
  • Supported: Arweave, IPFS, Filecoin (Coming Soon)

Wallet Integrations

The Koii-X Templates have been designed to support a number of wallets out of the box.
Want to learn more about Finnie? Check out the documentation here 👈

Payment Networks

  • Bitcoin
  • Ethereum
  • Arweave
  • Polygon (Coming Soon)
  • Polkadot (Coming Soon)
  • Solana (Coming Soon)

React

TypeScript

Chakra UI: An opinionated UI framework

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