Start building on the layer 1 for the travel industry
We are changing the conditions of how to become and what it means to be a validator. For example, the stake itself does not equal power on the network and does not control the amount of rewards earned for the validation. Each validator has the same amount of stake and is also a KYC-/KYB-verified entity of the travel industry. Basically, we're not talking about a permissionless PoS anymore but a public & permissioned PoSA concept.
We changed the way how transaction fees are computed and will allow the consortia to vote on the amount of gas fees payable to keep them at a reasonable and competitive level for the travel industry.
The network participants and, thus, big travel industry entities will not be willing to validate transactions on a foreign network they don't trust. Furthermore, foreign networks also have significantly higher hardware requirements and touchpoints outside their business segment.
Easily launch Ethereum dApps on Camino
Confirmed transactions within seconds
Processes thousands of transactions/second
Scalable to millions of validators
Create customized subnets
Deploy any VM on Camino
The core is developed using the GO language. Developers can quickly build applications on Camino using the EVM-compatible C-Chain. Decentralized frontend applications (dApps) can be built on top of the Camino backend. By maintaining full EVM compatibility, all common standards like ERC-20 (fungible token), ERC-721 (non-fungible token), ERC-2771 (meta transactions), and variants are supported in our backend. Beyond that, proven smart contracts and dApps running on Ethereum and compatible chains can be easily adopted.
The Platform Chain is used to manage and lock stake, validator, and network coordination.
The Contract Chain provides full EVM compatibility for smart contracts.
The Exchange Chain is used for fast asset creation and management.
The philosophy behind the three specialized chains approach originates from Avalanche. Since Camino is built on Avalanche's advanced technical base, the same applies to us. Each of these chains is designed, optimized, and strictly considered a fully independent system, subject to its intended use.
Who needs to work with which chain effectively depends on the requirements and the role of the unit/person who wants to work with it. Validators, for example, work with the P-Chain. For app developers, it depends on whether the X-Chain makes sense or whether they need to use the C-Chain for more complex application scenarios that require EVM-compatible techniques, such as smart contracts.
We want to give you the opportunity to build something awesome, and we know that getting started can be tough. That's why we've made it easy for you to get started with a detailed description in our documentation.
Building on the Camino blockchain is easy. The team has streamlined the process so that anyone with basic technical skills can get started. The set-up only takes 1-2 hours.
Different set-up options:
We offer dApp incentives. If you want to get started with a great idea but don’t have the funds, you can apply for the dApp inventive pool. The amount varies depending on how promising your project sounds.
There's a strong community behind this network that's committed to making sure everyone succeeds and thrives. This means that even if you don't have any experience developing dApps or launching blockchain projects, they'll be happy to help you out along every step of the way, or even connect you with the ones that can.Discord chat
To increase trust in Camino and prevent fraudulent or even illegal activities, all partners who deploy smart contracts or act as validators on the Camino blockchain must be at least KYC / KYB (Know-Your-Customer / Business) verified.
Camino’s tech stack is complemented by a Block Explorer that helps track network activity and available smart contracts on the chain. It also includes a wallet that enables participants to stake their Camino tokens, move and bridge funds between chains.
Creating travel products requires low-cost data storage. For this purpose, a cryptographic data storage implementation based on IPFS, including an additional file browser to facilitate the easy development of entangled data sets - smart contract pairs will be provided.
Camino is the travel industry blockchain. Fueled by the Camino token, it is offering a versatile network to expand current business models and to create new touristic products to delight travelers and business partners.