On a mission to bring blockchain technology to everyone
Conflux originated in the research lab of Turing Award recipient Dr. Andrew Yao at Tsinghua University. It is based on a Tree-Graph consensus mechanism that optimizes for security, scalability, and decentralization.
In 2018, the Conflux Foundation was formed, and a regulatory compliant fundraise was completed to build an open infrastructure based on this breakthrough consensus mechanism. Established as the only state-endorsed public, permissionless blockchain in China, Conflux is advancing education and research in blockchain development through the Tree-Graph Research Institute, in partnership with the government of Shanghai and the Key Laboratory of Blockchain Infrastructure & Applications with the government of Hunan.
Conflux is a public, permissionless blockchain bridging Asian and Western communities and economies, to enable the secure flow of assets and data across borders, protocols & applications. The Conflux protocol is fast, scalable, and solidity compatible, with zero congestion and low fees.
With its headquarters in Beijing China, Conflux has expanded its global operations with a diverse distributed team across four continents, and additional offices in Toronto, Canada, and Lagos, Nigeria.
In 2019, Conflux Network set base in Africa. Since then we have been able to secure some reputable partnerships and build a community of about 5000 people mainly in Nigeria and a few other African countries. Now Conflux network is ready to take it a step further. We are looking to get African leaders in Kenya, Ghana, and South Africa.