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Eyeska - The Most
Powerful Infrastructure

Efficient and Flexible

Empowers users with the flexibility to design according to their needs, the level of security, efficiency, and privacy of certain records in every transaction.


Operates on a user-to-user or peer-to-peer basis, with the potential to do away with a middleman for direct payments and transactions in seconds.


One million transactions per second. Fast and scalable, multi-blockchain architecture of the Eyeska “O” Block, enables speed as it connects users and providers directly.


As your needs and demands grow, so do we. Eyeska “O” Block is agile enough to scale as your needs require, immediately, with zero latency.


Eyeska is a digital ecosystem that is comprised of the Eyeska “O” Blockchain, theEyeskaNoPass, the Eyeska Token (EKA), the Eyeska Cardless ATM, the Eyeska M-Connect, the Eyeska EX Platform and the Eyeska Bank. This integrated suite of solutions operates via a decentralized blockchain technology which gives it the capability to process more than 1 million transactions per second and enables businesses or individuals to send and receive payments, exchange currencies or transact and transfer value safely and inexpensively in seconds.


frequently asked questions

At Eyeska, we continually strive to provide the most up to date accurate information
We will be continuously providing additional frequently asked questions and we inform and educate our partners, clients and vendors.

Ethereum is an open blockchain platform that lets anyone build and use decentralized applications that run on blockchain technology. Like Bitcoin, no one controls or owns Ethereum – it is an open-source project built by many people around the world. But unlike the Bitcoin protocol, Ethereum was designed to be adaptable and flexible. It is easy to create new applications on the Ethereum platform, and with the Homestead release, it is now safe for anyone to use those applications.

A next generation blockchain

Blockchain technology is the technological basis of Bitcoin, first described by its mysterious author Satoshi Nakamoto in his white paper “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System”, published in 2008. While the use of blockchains for more general uses was already discussed in the original paper, it was not until a few years later that blockchain technology emerged as a generic term. A blockchain is a distributed computing architecture where every network node executes and records the same transactions, which are grouped into blocks. Only one block can be added at a time, and every block contains a mathematical proof that verifies that it follows in sequence from the previous block. In this way, the blockchain’s “distributed database” is kept in consensus across the whole network. Individual user interactions with the ledger (transactions) are secured by strong cryptography. Nodes that maintain and verify the network are incentivized by mathematically enforced economic incentives coded into the protocol. In Bitcoin’s case the distributed database is conceived of as a table of account balances, a ledger, and transactions are transfers of the bitcoin token to facilitate trustless finance between individuals. But as bitcoin began attracting greater attention from developers and technologists, novel projects began to use the bitcoin network for purposes other than transfers of value tokens. Many of these took the form of “alt coins” - separate blockchains with cryptocurrencies of their own which improved on the original bitcoin protocol to add new features or capabilities. In late 2013, Ethereum’s inventor Vitalik Buterin proposed that a single blockchain with the capability to be reprogrammed to perform any arbitrarily complex computation could subsume these many other projects. In 2014, Ethereum founders Vitalik Buterin, Gavin Wood and Jeffrey Wilcke began work on a next-generation blockchain that had the ambitions to implement a general, fully trust-less smart contract platform.

The most disruptive technology in decades.  The distributed ledger technology, better known as blockchain, has the ability to eliminate huge amounts of record-keeping, save money and disrupt IT in was not since the internet arrived.

A blockchain is a digitized, decentralized, public ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions. Constantly growing as ‘completed’ blocks (the most recent transactions) are recorded and added to it in chronological order, it allows market participants to keep track of digital currency transactions without central record keeping. Each node (a computer connected to the network) gets a copy of the blockchain, which is downloaded automatically.

Originally developed as the accounting method for the virtual currency Bitcoin, blockchains – which use what's known as distributed ledger technology (DLT) – are appearing in a variety of commercial applications today. Currently, the technology is primarily used to verify transactions, within digital currencies though it is possible to digitize, code and insert practically any document into the blockchain. Doing so creates an indelible record that cannot be changed; furthermore, the record’s authenticity can be verified by the entire community using the blockchain instead of a single centralized authority.
An Initial Coin Offering, or ICO, is a fundraising mechanism. New projects or companies sell their underlying crypto tokens in exchange, that investors can buy with bitcoin, ether and in some cases fiat currencies ( USD). There are some similarities to the more traditional and well known stock market listing (Initial Public Offering, or IPO).
A smart contract is code that is deployed to the blockchain. Each smart contract contains code that can have a predefined set of inputs. Following the distributed model of the blockchain, smart contracts run on every node in the blockchain, and each contract’s data is stored in every node. This data can be queried at any time. Smart Contracts can also call other smart contracts, enforce permissions, run workflow logic and perform calculations, etc. Smart contract code is executed within a blockchain transaction – so the data stored as a result of running the smart contract (i.e. the state) is part of the blockchain’s immutable ledger. Smart contracts can also store data.
There are a variety of blockchain permutations, and they fall mainly into one of two categories - public or private. Public blockchains allow anyone to see or send transactions as long as they're part of the consensus process. There are also consortium blockchains, where only a pre-selected number of nodes are authorized to use the ledger. For example, a group of banks and their clearinghouse might use blockchain as part of the trade-clearing, where each node is associated with a step in the verification process. Private blockchains, in contrast, restrict the ability to write to a distributed ledger to one organization, such as a group of employees within a corporation, or between a set number of organizations, such as a number of banks that agree to a network partnership. Along the way, blockchain - because of its self-policing security - eliminates huge amounts of record keeping, which can get very confusing when multiple parties are involved in a transaction.
As a peer-to-peer network, combined with a distributed time-stamping server, blockchain ledgers can be managed autonomously to exchange information between disparate parties. There's no need for an administrator. In effect, the blockchain users are the administrator. Additionally, blockchain networks can be used for "smart contracts," or scripts that automatically execute when certain conditions are met.
Mining is used as a proof of work for participants in the blockchain. Whenever a block of transactions is to be agreed, every participating node attempt to ‘mine’ the block (a mathematical algorithmic process that requires extensive CPU capacity). In public blockchains, successful mining is rewarded with a cryptocurrency token.

Our Main Road Map

The Eyeska platform will be developed according to its Product Roadmap below. Beginning from the fourth quarter of 2017, Eyeska developers will make available live updates and validations of its products as these are being completed. The Roadmap below lists the “completion” dates for each product. Please note that there could be some changes to the dates below.


Formation of Technical Team


Project Background Research


Initial Concepts and Development


Eyeska Incorporated (Zug Switzerland - Delaware, U.S.

Project Website Launched

Management Team Hired

WhitePaper Released

Eyeska Token (EKA) Created


Early Sales Started

Early Sales Ended

150 Page Technical Whitepaper released to Investors Only

Eyeska "O" Block Started( Open Source)

Eyeska Ex Platform Started

Pre-ICO Launched

Pre-ICO Ended

Eyeska NoPass Development Started


150 Page Technical Whitepaper released to general public

Main ICO started

Eyeska Bank Launched

Eyeska M-Connect Development Started

Eyeska Cardless Equipped ATM Machines Started

Eyeska NoPass Apps Started


Eyeska Merchant registrations started

Negotiations with partner banks, Retailers, Airlines, Hotels etc.

Eyeska "O" Block Testing Environment

Eyeska Ex Platform Testing Environment

Eyeska NoPass Testing Environment


Eyeska M-Connect Testing Environment

Eyeska Cardless Equipped ATM Machine Testing Environment

Eyeska "O" Block Testing Environment

Eyeska Ex Platform Testing Environment


Eyeska M-Connect Testing & Security Audit

Eyeska Cardless Equipped ATM Testing and Security Audit

Eyeska "O" Block Testing and Security Audit

Eyeska Ex Platform Testing and Security Audit

Eyeska NoPass Testing and Security Audit


ICO Ended

Eyeska "O" Block (Open Source ) Launched

Eyeska Tokens ( EKA) Listed in all major trading Platforms

Eyeska Ex Platform Launched


Eyeska NoPass completed and Launched.

Eyeska Cardless Equipped ATM Launched

250,000 Eyeska Cardless ATM global distributions Started

Eyeska M-Connect launched

Funds Allocation

Token Distribution

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