Embedded KYC and AML

Maxonrow is the only mainchain service provider in the world to provide a real-name authentication mechanism for KYC (Know Your Customer) and AML (Anti-Money Laundering) protocols.

With Maxonrow’s Real-Name authentication technology, each wallet address must be verified by the real-name authentication mechanism before it can be added to the blockchain, no exceptions. For this reason, the blockchain eliminates anonymity so that every transaction can be traced back to hold someone legally liable.


True Asset Issuing

The concept of True Asset Issuing within the Maxonrow ecosystem refers to the verification processes embroidered at all levels of the system. According to Maxonrow’s existing main chain certification regulations, when an industrial entity wishes to issue any digital assets on the public chain, it must also complete KYC and Validity Verification. The verification process also includes token issuing and its format (ICO, IEO, or STO) and Asset Ownership confirmation by the relevant regulatory body.

Governed Delegated Proof of Stake

Maxonrow features a unique application of federated Validators with our Governed Delegated Proof of Stake system.

With the Governed Delegated Proof of Stake (GDPOS) unique to Maxonrow’s  Blockchain, the system will select the super node for computation and block generation through the authorization of all nodes. The “super node” under the real-name registration system maintain the entire network in an orderly manner under the governance system.

If there are any problems in the supernode that may endanger system security, through the KYC real-name authentication technology, the system can pinpoint the problem, solve the problem in real time, and adequately protect the safety and rights of all users, docking agencies and government agencies.


Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance

With a growing amount of public chain projects in the Blockchain, they can  form an isolated network system. Therefore, the interoperability between blockchain projects is the general direction of the development of Blockchain technology. Maxonrow’s Blockchain uses Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (pBFT) as a way to protect against catastrophic system failures by reducing the influence of malicious nodes as the system evolves.