Zenta Blockchain


Proof of Stake


The Octopus Of Products


Sharding Scalability Technology

Higher Throughput Blockchain

Zentacore will employ sharding to drastically improve on scalability and transaction speeds of the Ethereum blockchain. The easiest way to understand how sharding functions is to draw parallels with horizontal database partitioning. Imagine having a large database containing millions of records and trying to search for ones by containing only a certain attribute. From a technical perspective, this is a task that takes a significant amount of time to execute. However, if we were to partition the database into tables according to its attributes, it would decrease the search time, as only a single table would be queried in that case. The sharding solution is interconnected with the entire ZentaChain ecosystem and enables partitioning and storing of the entire blockchain within nodes (shards) which are then responsible for validating solely the transactions contained within them as opposed to each node having to process every single transaction on the blockchain.

What is Sharding?

The demand for scalability on the Ethereum becomes increasingly urgent. The Cryptokitties incident demonstrated how quickly the Ethereum network can prevent it. ZentaChain will use Sharding to establish a high TPS, future proof infrastructure. Understanding why ZentaChain uses Sharding: One of the major problems of a blockchain is that an increase in the number of nodes reduces its scalability. This may be counterintuitive because more nodes do not result in more power or speed, the opposite is true: One of the reasons why a blockchain has its level of security is because every single node must process every single transaction. This is like having your report checked by every single accountant in the company. While this may ensure that your report is faultless, it will also take a long time before you get it back and finally approved. Ethereum faces a similar problem. The nodes are your accountants and each transaction is your report.

POS Algorithm

Proof-of-Stake (PoS) protocols were developed as energy-saving alternatives to PoW. Instead of computational power resources, leaders are selected based on their stakes. Particularly in the PoS consensus mechanism, the stake of a node is the number of digital tokens Zenta in cryptocurrencies, that it holds or deposits in Zentawallet. Instead of consuming a lot of energy for the searching process as in the PoW, a leader will be selected based on its stakes to perform mining process and add a new Zenta blocks to the chain.



  • Name: ZENTA
  • Symbol: ZENTA
  • Blockchain: Own
  • Supply: 26.500.00


    Marketing: 24%%24
    Dev-Team: 16%%16
    Advisors: 9%%9
    Staking: 51%%51


  • Zentalk
  • Zentagram
  • Zentavault
  • Staking



Zentachain team is a collection of activists and blockchain enthusiasts aiming to become a small but valuable block in the foundation of what we hope will be a safer, fairer and altogether a better world of the future. Through our knowledge and the use of blockchain technology, and we will offer to the public a range of products that will ensure their privacy and security of their data in a time when these aspects of online engagement are severely lacking.
Name: Harun Kacemer
CEO Founder & Lead Dev
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Go & C++%71
Html & CSS & PHP%100
Solidity & Android%87
Name: Daniel Wale
Graphic Designer
Graphic Skills%89
Video Designing%100
Name: Göksel Polat
Chief Knowledge Officer
Technical writing%81
Tech Knowledge%80
We’re hiring
Java C# C++%70
Android & Networking%60
Name: 0xSha512
Zentalk developer
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Zenta Roadmap


The Zentachain Concept 2018 Q2

Strategic Planning & Processing
We Create The Zentachain Project

Development Zentachain 2018 Q4

Whitepaper Released
The Homepage Released
Roadmap Released
Testnet Zentalk Web

Zenta & Zentalk 2019 Q1

Starting Development Zentalk
Meshnet Performance
Rinkeby Network
Zenta Explorer
The Zentawallet Beta

Zentalk & Zentadex 2019 Q3

Development the Zentadex
Deployed the Zenta Blockchain
Updated Zentalk Web
Website is Redesigned
Tor & Blake2 Hashing Zentalk Mobile

Zentalk & Zenta  2020 Q1

Publishing the Zentadex
Whitepaper 1.2

Zentalk 2020 Q2

Zentalk-Web Update to v1.2
Development of the Zentalk Mobile
Developing the Zentawallet
Cancellation the Zenta ICO

Zentamesh & Zentanode  2020 Q4

Zentanodes for Zentalk Mobile
Zenta Blockchain
Rewards Zentanodes Testnet
Zentalk Network Nodes
Listing on Exchanges
Publishing the Zentameshnetwork
Updating the Roadmap