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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the $KLX ?

The KLX is the Kalima network Token, it is the backbone of the network use to monetize Dapps built on Kalima network, remunerate validators and to pay transaction fees.

Is the $KLX an ERC20 or a BEP20 Token ?

First, the $KLX is an ERC20 Token.

Then, the $KLX will be bridged to the Kalima Main Chain with is native KL20 token.

Can I Stake my KLX  ?

The Kalima Blockchain is a Delegated Proof-Of-Stake (DPoS) blockchain, meaning that the weight of validators is determined by the amount of staking tokens (KLX) bonded as collateral.


In Kalima the process of staking means to delegate its token to a Validation pool or Master node pool.

Delegators are KLX holders who cannot, or do not want to, run a validator themselves. KLX holders can delegate KLX to a validation pool and obtain a part of their revenue in exchange. Stakers will be able to delegate their stake only to validation pools.

Who are Kalima's partners ?

Kalima is surrounded by blockchain, industrial and loT partners such as :

Tezos, Kerlink, RSComponent, Gicat, Spie, La French Tech...

What is the difference between Kalima and other loT blockchains ?

From the technology to the tokenomics, Kalima has been designed for the needs of enterprises,

 The ultimate goal for kalima is to notarize and monetize enteprise data including IoT data

What is the Kalima Blockchain ?


Kalima blockchain enables the notarization and monetization of data. Through Kalima blockchain, the integrity of the data transmission and the immutability of data storage as well as the possibility of monetizing the collected data are guaranteed.

What is Kalima MainChain ?

The Kalima MainChain is a network of interconnected “Channels” where each Channel is a blockchain. Each channel connects together forming a network of blockchains called the Kalima MainChain. The KLX (Kalima network token) is stored in the Kalima MainChain..

What are PrivaChains?

Kalima PrivaChains are independent permissionned blockchains that can easily be created and owned by any business of any size wishing to expand its revenue streams, made possible through the multitude of innovative features they were designed with.

What is a Kalima validator?

The role of validators is to participate in consensus by commiting new blocks in the blockchain. Following the Kalima consensus, each validator must validate all blocks and they all must be validated in respect with their time of arrival. The same reward is given to all validators for all block validations. Validators are in charge of producing correct validation hash in time.

What are the different validator nodes in Kalima ?

There are 2 different validation nodes in Kalima : 

Master Nodes

Master nodes are the main element in charge of validating transactions, they ensure traceability, integrity, and immutability of all transactions. They participate in the consensus to elect the Leader Node in charge of timestamping and hashing of all transactions.

Validator Nodes

Validation nodes oversee controlling transactions integrity and blockchain data immutability. Simple validation nodes do not have to be full nodes, they don’t have to store all the ledger. Validation Nodes elected to validate and timestamp transactions.

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