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Trustlines TLBC

Base layer of the Trustlines Network ecosystem

Use Cases

Financial inclusion, “banking the unbanked”, ETH variant


Trustlines TLBC is a minimal viable proof-of-stake (mPoS) blockchain. It uses an authority round (AuRa) consensus mechanism, supported by Parity.

TLBC is all about people-powered money. The network provides members with the transparency and information they need to make community-driven decisions. The Trustlines Protocol leverages networks of mutual-trust to action unique formal or informal trust-rules.

We recommend this network for “banking the unbanked”, promoting financial inclusion and developing crypto on a permissioned-variant of Ethereum blockchain.

Quick Facts

Testnet/Live: Live
Chain ID: 4660
Network ID: 4660
Live Since: May 2019
Block time:~ 5 seconds
Consensus / block proposer: PoS – Proof-of-Stake
Permissioned: Yes
Governance / Authorities: Known developers who sign the blocks

>> Browse related networks below or go back to all networks.

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Ethereum Mainnet

Ethereum Mainnet is the largest EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) network to date. The Proof-of-Work network was established in July 2015. Ethereum Mainnet is an open source, blockchain-based distributed computing platform and operating system featuring smart contract functionality.


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Trustlines Laika

The Laika testnet is the test network of Trustlines Blockchain (TLBC) and allows for blockchain development testing before deployment on the main Trustlines TLBC blockchain. Laika is a minimal viable proof-of-stake (mPoS) testnet.


Interested or questions?


Freddy Zwanzger
(Co-Founder & Chief Data Officer)
+49 6131 3272372


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