An open-source distributed ledger


Lunar is an intelligent distributed ledger protocol with almost infinite scalablity.

Meet the Rail

Lunar still has the basic idea of a DAG but also the one of a blockchain. It still enables parallel transactions.





The Lunar Rail is our self-developed architecture. A usual blockchain only allows transactions to be accomplished one after the other. This of course limits the scalability dramatically. The Rail splits the blockchain into different transaction lanes. Each lane is able to handle transactions. There is no fixed number of lanes because they can split themselves unlimited.

Due to fixing the hash of the previous blocks on a lane it is able to always tell, which lane it has come from. A node witch is a member of e.g. Lane A can also access Lane D. That means that incoming transactions can be variefied parallel. One transaction must not overlap with others in different lanes. That means that a transaction can be varified in Lane A but parallel there can’t be a transaction coming in in Lane A and verify it in Lane C. That’s why only transactions from other lanes excluding Lane A can be processed parallel at the same time.

The reward for verifying the transaction always gets higher for every more transaction which is processed within a block. That means that miners will always try to get as many transactions as possible inside a block to get a higher reward.

With keeping all the mentioned points in mind Lunar’s network will scale infinitely and be faster than any other network before.


Lunar’s artificial intelligence regulates the network on its own. Due to special AI algorithms the AI can learn from the behaviour of previous transactions and can adjust their lane appearance in the best possible way. The AI also reacts on low and high transaction volumes and regulate the network regarding to it. In this way Lunar can scale increasingly fast and empowers the network to an insane speed.


“I find out what the world needs. Then I go ahead and try to invent it”

Thomas A. Edison

Highly scalable


Energy efficient


Secure data transfer