LTO Network - Hero Tech

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LTO Network on a technical level


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LTO nodes (avg 30 days)

LTO Network - Functional Layers

Functional layers

Decentralized applications

Organizations participate in distributed applications via their node, without the need for a central system.

Distributed data processing

Data is shared peer-to-peer between the nodes of specific participants, never with the whole network.


All nodes are connected via the public blockchain, facilitating consensus and data integrity.

LTO Network - Private Chain
LTO Network - Public Chain

Hybrid blockchain

LTO Network allows two or more businesses to share and agree upon sequences of events. Event sharing is done peer-to-peer, without relying on an authoritative party.

The limited number of parties involved present a challenge when dealing with conflicts. A majority, if it can be formed at all, can't provide an unbiased decision.

Rather than re-introducing authorization on the network, parties reach consensus by leveraging on our public proof-of-stake blockchain. Anchoring of the hash of private events happens on the public chain.

Blocks of the public chain have a specific height, and transactions within a block are also ordered. This order provides a globally recognized sequence of events, which is used to reach consensus on the private chain.

A hybrid blockchain means private data, public consensus.

Inside an LTO Node

Select any component to learn more about our setup

Rest Api Layer
Api Gateway
Application Layer
Event Chain Service
Additional services
Private Chain Layer
Global Chain Layer
Anchoring Service

Event Chain Service

The Event Chain Service holds all ad hoc private blockchains an organization is involved in.

  • One node holds many ad hoc blockchains. (similar to git repositories).
  • Fully decoupled.
  • Configurable allowing it to interact to any microservice added to the application layer.


Everything you need to know

LTO Network - Mainnet Explorer

Mainnet Explorer

Check blocks, transactions, and wallet balances with the official LTO Network mainnet explorer.

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LTO Network - Online Wallet

Online Wallet

Access mainnet and bridge swaps: we do not save your keys, so make sure to secure your seed phrase.

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LTO Network - Network Statistics

Network Statistics

Compare transactions activity, see the list of nodes and verify generators.

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LTO Network - Earn LTO

Earn LTO

Submit your work and get rewarded. You can also check the activity of other community members.

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LTO Network - Token Bridge

Token Bridge

LTO token exists on 3 blockchains, and you need to use the wallet bridge if you want to swap.

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LTO Network - Run a Node

Run a Node

You can run a node on your local machine, in a cloud, or lease your tokens. Check the full guide.

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LTO Network - Staking Calculator

Staking Calculator

By staking or leasing your LTO tokens, you can help secure the network and share the non-inflationary reward fees.

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LTO Network - Whitepapers


Read three primary papers about our vision for blockchain adoption, LTO token economics, and technical overview.

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LTO Network - Rick Ros

Software Vendors

Do you want to know more about our products, pricing and reseller options? Rick is here to help you out!

LTO Network - Martijn Broersma


Curious to learn how LTO Network can increase your process efficiency? Martijn is here to help you out!

LTO Network - Sven Stam


Are you a developer that wants to learn more about the tech and documentation? Sven speaks your language!