Apex Is Looking to Shake Up Industry with True Zero-Gas Blockchain

UTC by Benjamin Godfrey · 3 min read
Apex Is Looking to Shake Up Industry with True Zero-Gas Blockchain
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To safeguard the security provisions it has engineered, all projects launching on Apex must pass a security and Know-Your-Customer (KYC) audit from Soken, the blockchain network’s contracted, security expert.

The Web 3.0 ecosystem is filled with many blockchain protocols, but not all offer the same level of security and ease of you as many would have preferred. This is why OmniaVerse has launched Apex, heralding a new era of a blockchain solution that offers a truly zero gas protocol.

The Apex Blockchain was built from the ground up and is specifically designed for large-scale transactions that require a minimal amount. By eliminating the gas fee completely, Apex gains a competitive advantage even over the other protocols that charge a minimal fee. The protocol makes no unwholesome tradeoff with the gas fee it eliminated, as its scalability, security, and speed are also part of its strengths.

The Apex protocol has a number of defined positive features enshrined in its codes. While its scalability is a foundation that can power up future expansion, the fact that it maintains a 99.9% uptime lends credibility to its reliability. This uptime was born as a result of its highly decentralized nodes.

The Apex node providers are distributed in different geographical locations and offer ways to keep adding new validators. The Apex blockchain comes with a custom blockchain application firewall that protects against attacks like DDoS.

In 2022 and the prior years, cybercriminals made it evident that there is hardly a blockchain protocol that hosts decentralized applications and smart contracts that are impenetrable. With scores of hacks and exploits, Apex has taken a cue from these mishaps and built a solid security infrastructure that will be almost impenetrable.

To safeguard the security provisions it has engineered, all projects launching on Apex must pass a security and Know-Your-Customer (KYC) audit from Soken, the blockchain network’s contracted, security expert. With the Soken validator and the Apex security firewall, the network can be kept safe for all users.

Apex Is Looking to Shake Up Industry with True Zero-Gas Blockchain

Apex Blockchain Ad-Ons

That it is designed as a zero-gas fee protocol does not imply that is the only value offering it has in its arsenal. The Apex blockchain will be launching an Accelerator program that will be offering the first 10 projects complete support from incept to launch.

The benefitting projects will receive consulting, mentorship, and expert support, all of which will come at no extra costs to the team. The projects can also fast-track their time to hit the market through the integrated innovation platform and launchpad, dubbed Xto8, that will be launched on the Apex blockchain.

The Apex Blockchain will be powered by its native token OMNIA and it will serve as a highly liquid medium of transactions on the protocol as a whole. While there are protocols built for a specific target audience, Apex can serve all aspects of Web 3.0, but GameFi and eCommerce are amongst the offshoots that will benefit more from its no-fee structure.

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Benjamin Godfrey

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