Aidos Kuneen

arturvaMay 2, 2018207

Aidos Kuneen

– an open source project that focuses on privacy, decentralization, and scalability.

Let’s face the fact that our financial confidentiality is in danger, banks and governments not only want to keep track of how we spend and store our money, they are also inclined to see that these records have been leaked or used to secure their power. It is here that Aidos is located: safe, private and unrivaled.

The Aidos technology stack allows users to freely use their tokens without fear of being tracked or corrupted.

Despite the fact that the design is different from existing heavy and complex units, such as bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, Aidos still maintains the basic principles of openness, decentralization and improved confidentiality.

Aidos will also be ready to use and connect to the Internet Things that will allow participating in the ecosystem of billions of devices.


No fees

Due to the nature of the underlying technology, Aidos will have zero rates. This makes micro transactions possible and is also an important requirement for using on the Internet.


The Aidos transaction system is based on a directed grid with I2P as the base network layer, protecting its users from identifying their identifiers. In addition, using AKshuffle makes the user anonymous, which makes transactions invisible and inconspicuous by 100%.

Open source

One of the basic principles of Aidos is openness, so everything is presented to the public.

ADK vs. Blockchain

Let’s look first at the scalability, which we discussed in the previous section. Probably, this is one of the biggest advantages that ADK inherits in comparison with the traditional Blockchains of the 1st and 2nd generations. In ADK, there is no need to order seed values or addresses. Since consensus is parallelized and not performed in consecutive intervals, as in blocks, the network can dynamically grow and scale with the number of transactions.

The more transactions are made, the more secure and more effective becomes Mesh. When a node is synchronized, it simply executes all transactions. Values from all transactions will be grouped by their addresses, even if they are in the same order or not. When all transactions are processed, each address will contain the current correct balance. There is no maximum number of transactions in one block, for example, in Blockchains, and, of course, there will be no blockchain-debates.

 There is no need to sort the puzzle from just one corner, piece by piece, if you can have multiple eyes, simultaneously and accidentally, for the right parts to form a puzzle from several angles. The more eyes, the faster it becomes. Aidos does not require extraction, without a block and, conversely, blocks the chain, it becomes faster, the more it grows.

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Ricardo Badoier

Founder and CEO

with more than 16 years of experience in finance, offshore banking and more than 5 years of digital currency trading


Executive and Chief Programmer

M. Sc. with a wide personal and commercial experience in implementing embedded systems and software.