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High Performance Blockchain (HPB) will be hosting a hackathon on DevPost in May 2022. HPB is a layer 1, main-net, fully Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible blockchain, and is the only blockchain in the world to fuse together dedicated, custom-developed blockchain hardware with Ethereum-standard blockchain software.
HPB developed the “Blockchain Offload Engine” (BOE) accelerator card, to enable the chain to run at lightning-fast speeds (5000tps), with ultra-low-cost gas fees ($0.001 per transaction) with high-security, hardware-based encryption.
The BOE accelerator card can be thought of as a PC graphics card, only instead of processing game graphics, the BOE processes blocks on the HPB blockchain. Every node on the chain is equipped with a BOE card (190+ nodes globally)
High Performance Blockchain is fully Ethereum EVM compatible, so people familiar with Solidity, Truffle, Remix, Metamask and other well-known Ethereum tools will feel immediately at ease with the chain.
The BOE card also provides a True Random Number Generator (TRNG) on-chain from the BOE card, using micro-voltage fluctuation readings from an A2D chip on the card. These verifiable random numbers are available on-chain to HPB developers free of charge.
HPB are inviting blockchain developers to enter the DevPost HPB Hackathon competition, with $15,000 of prizes up for grabs. The Hackathon lasts for 1 month, with winners in multiple categories selected in June. To register for the hackathon, please visit
Further developer information for High Performance Blockchain (HPB) can be found on the HPB GitBook.
About the Company
High Performance Blockchain (HPB) was founded in 2017 by CEO Xiaoming Wang, a founder of Unipay Smart and Beltal China International. The business was originally founded in Shanghai, but also has offices in Beijing and Singapore. HPB combines a custom-developed Blockchain Offload Engine (BOE) PCI-E card solution with high-performance EVM blockchain software.
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