Hepton PoS (sidechain)


Hepton PoS (Proof-Of-Stake) is a sidechain to the Ethereum technology. Its protocol architecture is fully compatible with Ethereum Layer-1 but more scalable and efficient. The scaling solutions offered by Hepton PoS for Base-Layer are security and flexibility. In increasing network interoperability, Hepton also offered a cross-chain protocol across different networks.

Tx Speed

The Hepton PoS network was very intuitive for depositing and withdrawing digital assets. The network is able to process up to 10k TPS with an advanced performance of block production of 3 seconds per block.

Scalability & Eco-Friendly

Fully compatible with all types of ERC standards and can load major data from it with the upgraded timestamp of the network. Similar to Ethereum Beacon Chain, the Hepton PoS network also can save up to 99.95% of electricity consumption.


Hepton PoS is a new blockchain paradise for the community and developers. 100x lower and predictable gas fees through the implementation of EIP-1559.


Main-Net RPC Setup

Test-Net RPC Setup

Hepton Testnet (Electra) is a standalone (not connected to Ethereum Goërli) and was a replicate version of the Hepton PoS mainnet. The HTE inside this Electra testnet has no market value and you can get it from the Hepton Faucet.

Remote Procedure Call (RPC)

Using network endpoints, developers or communities can communicate with on-chain data and send various kinds of transactions to the network. The APIs adhere to the JSON-RPC standard, which is a lightweight, stateless remote procedure call (RPC) protocol that is frequently utilized for communicating with a blockchain network.

Minimum hardware requirement for running a Full Node

If you're a dev and looking for running a full node on Hepton PoS, this is the minimum hardware configuration required:

  • RAM: 16-32 GB

  • CPU: 4-8 core CPU (t3 xLarge)

  • Storage: Minimum 512GB SSD (Extendable)

Note: Please run a node higher than the minimum capacity requirements.

When interacting with the Hepton PoS chain, a user can also run their own node or connect to the network by means of one of the Public endpoints given by infrastructure and API service providers. The best we can suggest was an endpoint with a privacy focus:

  • Omnia Protocol - (Link will be attached here once mainnet is launched)

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