Gode Overview

Gode Chain is a next-generation blockchain protocol that unites entire private blockchain networks, enabling them to operate together seamlessly at scale. Since Gode Chain can send any type of data between any type of blockchain, it unlocks a wide range of real-world use cases.
It is a blockchain with unlimited potential
By bringing together the best features from multiple professional blockchains, Gode Chain paves the way for a new decentralized marketplace, providing a fairer way to access services through a variety of applications and providers.

While blockchain has shown great promise in a variety of fields—Internet of Things (IoT), finance, governance, identity management, network decentralization, and asset tracking, to name a few—previous systems were designed with significant limitations to a certain extent hindering mass adoption.

The design of Gode Chain has several distinct advantages over existing and traditional networks, including heterogeneous sharding, scalability, upgradability, transparent governance, and cross-chain composability.
Problems that need to be solved urgently in the current technology
Build the Gode blockchain ecosystem to empower, connect, share information, increase transparency, and provide a frictionless means for multi-chain blockchain ecosystems.
Suitable for next-generation network protocols
Scalable, Interoperable and Secure Network Protocol
Gode Chain is a network protocol capable of passing any data (not only Token) to all blockchains.

This means that Gode Chain will be a truly comprehensive multi-chain application environment, enabling cross-chain transactions and cross-chain calculations and other similar operations with high security. Gode can deliver data to public, open blockchains and private consortium chains.

Take advantage of parallel processing of transactions, allowing each parachain to which Gode connects to be a dedicated blockchain, each with unique characteristics and autonomous sovereignty. The transactions of the chain are processed in parallel, enabling a highly scalable system.
Transactions can be issued across chains, allowing more transactions to be processed in the same time period.
Highly transparent on-chain autonomy
Protocol updates are achieved through transparent on-chain voting, so protocol development is not stalled for lack of a clear process. The Relay Chain uses sophisticated governance mechanisms designed to establish a transparent, accountable and binding process for resolving disputes and upgrading the network.
Gode developing
The Gode Foundation, is to nurture and manage technologies and applications in the field of decentralized network software protocols, especially those that utilize modern encryption methods to protect decentralized technologies and applications for the benefit and stability of the Gods ecosystem . Gods Chain is the flagship protocol of the Gods Foundation.
The Foundation is seeking funding or otherwise assisting in the development and deployment of projects that meet the following missions:
Innovative blockchain technology, encrypted messaging protocol
Data publishing system (such as IPFS)
NFT Metaverse Chain Tour Scenario Application System
Peer-to-peer network infrastructure (such as libp2p and devp2p)
Blockchain sharing economic model (allowing more groups to benefit from blockchain technology Manulife)
Open technical guidance service (to better assist traditional enterprise data on the chain with technical advantages, and realize the rapid and seamless integration of traditional enterprise and blockchain technology)
Cryptoeconomic mechanisms (eg DEFI/DAC/DAO software)
The Gode Foundation has commissioned a technical development team led by Peiper/Adam to build the Gode Chain.

Adam MBA from Babson College-Oli Business School and BA in Finance and Investment from Baruch College. Former market research analyst with 13 years of experience in business evaluation, product and project management.
Peiper Professor Peiper has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Adjunct Professor at Drexel University and Adjunct Professor of Cybersecurity at the University of Maryland. Former U.S. Department of Defense Global Command and Control System Joint, Integrated Imaging and Intelligence Architecture Team Member. Senior Application Architect.

The technical development team led by Peiper / Adam comes from teams from Stanford University, Yale University, and MIT. The core members have worked in companies such as Facebook, Google, and Oracle. More than 65% of the team have master’s and doctoral degrees, including technical staff with more than ten years of development experience and early developers of Ethereum.