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September 2019

HotPocket proof-of-concept (written in NodeJs) is revealed The discussions of creating a platform started with the team

September 2019

Geveo takes over bringing-forth a C++ version of HotPocket capable of hosting basic smart contracts

December 2019

First major HotPocket development milestone for consensus algorithm working successfully

January 2020

HotPocket development period

April 2020

Created the first decentralised app (Proof of cocept) to maintain identityt iXRPL phase1 and corresponding HotPocket support-feature development

October 2020

Second proof of concept project to decentralise meat saleyards Digital Cows and corresponding HotPocket support-feature development

September 2021

Further refinement of the iXRPL dApp

January 2021

Sashimono development started

September 2021

Evernode hook development started

April 2022

Private Beta of Evernode

August 2022

Public Beta of Evernode with over 100 participants across the globe

September 2022

Evernode SDK documentation and tutorials and Released HotPocket development kit (hpdevkit)

October 2022

Released Evernode development kit (evdevkit)

March - April 2023

First dApp on the netwwork ( Voyagelanka )

April 2023

Public Beta with Governance Game on Hooks V3

Q3 2023

Evernode ready for dApps

September 2023

Geveo Code-a-thon on Web 3.0 and Evernode DApps

January 2024

Evernode launched on Xahau network

Use Cases


A decentralised app for taxi services.

It’s Uber without Uber in the middle.


A decentralised app for hotel booking service.

It’s Trivago without Trivago in the middle


A decentralized twist on hosting a ‘Battle Royale’ sports betting game.

EVERNODE Network at work


Smart Contract API

Bitcoin + RSK
Stellar Lumens


Token Sale

  • Token name:Cryptoland Token
  • Ticker Symbol:Cryptoland
  • Currency Symbol Image:Currency Symbol Image
  • Starting Price Pre-ICO:Cryptoland for USD 0.08
  • Maximum Eroiy produced:Cryptoland for USD 0.12
  • Maximum Eroiy for Sale:2 billion (technical limit)
  • Fundraising Goal:USD 48 million
  • Minimum Purchase:100 Cryptoland
General description

Cryptoland will be released on the basis of Ethereum platform and fully comply with ERC20* standard.

Support of this standard guarantees the compatibility of the token with third-party services (wallets, exchanges, listings, etc.), and provides easy integration.

Our data

Token Distribution

Token Distribution
Allocation of funds

Total token supply - 152,358

  • 25% Founders and Team
  • 30% Reserved Funding
  • 20% Advisors
  • 15% Distribute to Community
  • 10% Bounty campaign


Frequency Asked Questions about Evernode and Web 3.0

Evernode is a layer 2 smart contract solution built on top of the XRP Ledger (XRPL). It is a decentralized network that enables anyone to host and deploy smart contracts on the XRPL without having to trust a central authority.


Evernode uses a technology called Hooks to bring smart contracts to the XRPL. Hooks are small pieces of code that can be attached to XRP transactions. They allow developers to create complex applications and functionality that would not be possible with XRPL alone.


Evernode is in public Beta and has the potential to revolutionize the XRPL ecosystem. It could enable the development of a wide range of new applications and services, such as decentralized finance (DeFi), non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and gaming.

  • Decentralized: Evernode is a decentralized network, which means that it is not controlled by any single entity. This makes it more secure and resistant to censorship.


  • Trustless: Users do not need to trust any central authority when using Evernode. Smart contracts are hosted and executed on a global network of decentralized hosts.


  • Scalable: Evernode is designed to be scalable to meet the needs of a growing ecosystem. It can handle a large number of transactions and smart contracts without sacrificing performance or security.


Evernode would enable the development of a wide range of new applications and services that could help to attract more users and developers to the XRP Ledger.

Web 3.0, also known as the decentralized web or semantic web, is the future of the internet. It is characterized by decentralized architectures, interoperability, and intelligent data processing. Web 3.0 moves away from the centralized control of Web 2.0 and emphasizes the use of blockchain technology and linked data.


In Web 3.0, data and applications are distributed across a network of nodes, reducing reliance on central authorities and providing transparency and security through blockchain technology. The semantic web enables machines to understand and process data, leading to better search results, context-aware applications, and efficient data sharing.


Web 3.0 aims to empower individuals by giving them control over their data and digital identities. Users can selectively share information, ensuring privacy while still benefiting from personalized services.


The vision of Web 3.0 represents a significant shift in how we navigate and utilize the Internet. It promises a more decentralized and user-centric online ecosystem, enabling innovation, collaboration, and data ownership. With Web 3.0, the internet becomes more intelligent, interconnected, and secure.


In summary, Web 3.0 is the future of the Internet, where decentralized architectures, blockchain technology, and linked data revolutionize how we interact with information and services online. It aims to empower individuals, provide transparency, enhance privacy, and create a more intelligent and user-centric digital experience.

Dapps (decentralized applications) and traditional apps differ in several key aspects:

  1.  Architecture: Apps are typically built on centralized architectures, where a single entity controls the app and its associated data. In contrast, dApps are built on decentralized architectures, leveraging blockchain or distributed ledger technology. Dapps operate on a peer-to-peer network of computers (nodes), eliminating the need for a central authority.
  2. Control and Ownership: Apps are usually controlled by a central entity, such as a company or organization, which governs the app’s functionalities and data. Users must trust this central authority to handle their data appropriately. In contrast, dApps operate on decentralized networks, where control is distributed among the network participants. Users have more control over their data and digital assets, and decisions are often made through consensus mechanisms.
  3. Transparency and Trust: Apps rely on centralized servers, which may lack transparency in how data is handled and processed. Users must trust the app provider’s security measures and data privacy policies. Dapps, on the other hand, leverage the transparency of blockchain technology. Transactions and data stored on the blockchain are visible to all participants, enhancing trust and auditability.
  4. Intermediaries: Apps often require intermediaries to facilitate transactions or interactions between users. These intermediaries can add costs, introduce inefficiencies, or limit accessibility. Dapps eliminate or reduce the need for intermediaries by using smart contracts, self-executing agreements stored on the blockchain. Smart contracts enable direct peer-to-peer interactions and automated execution of predefined rules.
  5. Incentives: Dapps commonly use cryptocurrencies or tokens as an incentive mechanism. These tokens can be used for various purposes within the dApp ecosystem, such as rewarding users, accessing specific features, or participating in governance decisions. Traditional apps typically do not have built-in token economies.

Overall, dApps aim to provide decentralized, trustless, and transparent alternatives to traditional apps. They offer increased user control, privacy, and the potential for new forms of economic and governance models. However, it’s important to note that the current state of dApps is still evolving, and their adoption and usability can vary compared to established app ecosystems.

Hold tight! Exciting updates are on the horizon… Stay tuned!

Transitioning from a Centralized App to a Decentralized App

The evolution of blockchain technology has paved the way for decentralized applications (dApps), offering numerous advantages over traditional centralized apps. This essay explores the essential steps involved in transitioning from a centralized app to a decentralized app.

  1. Understand the Principles of Decentralization:
    To effectively move from a centralized app to a decentralized app, it is crucial to grasp the principles underlying decentralization. This includes familiarizing oneself with concepts such as blockchain, smart contracts, and peer-to-peer networks.
  2. Identify the Centralized Components:
    Analyze the existing centralized app to identify the components that need to be decentralized. This may include data storage, authentication systems, decision-making processes, and transaction handling. Determine which components can benefit most from decentralization.
  3. Redesign the Architecture:
    Reconstruct the app’s architecture to leverage the features provided by the chosen blockchain platform. This involves redefining data structures, integrating smart contracts, and establishing consensus mechanisms. Distribute data and processes across the network to eliminate centralized points of failure.
  4. Implement Smart Contracts on the Evernode platform:
    Develop and deploy smart contracts to automate specific functions within the dApp. Smart contracts enable transparent and tamper-resistant execution of business logic, ensuring trust and security in decentralized environments.
  5. Test and Deploy:
    Thoroughly test the decentralized app for functionality, security, and performance. Simulate real-world scenarios and evaluate the system’s behavior. Once confident in its stability, deploy the dApp on the chosen blockchain platform and make it available to users.

Transitioning from a centralized app to a decentralized app requires understanding decentralization principles, redesigning architecture, implementing smart contracts, and rigorous testing. Evernode SDK provides the required information or simply get in touch with us at geveo.io

  1. Uniswap: A decentralized exchange (DEX) built on the Ethereum blockchain, allowing users to trade ERC-20 tokens directly from their wallets.
  2. Compound: A decentralized lending and borrowing protocol that enables users to lend or borrow cryptocurrencies and earn interest.
  3. Chainlink: A decentralized oracle network that provides real-world data to smart contracts on various blockchain platforms, facilitating interoperability.
  4. Aave: A decentralized lending protocol that enables users to lend, borrow, and earn interest on cryptocurrencies in a trustless manner.
  5. SushiSwap: A community-driven decentralized exchange protocol that offers additional features such as yield farming and staking.
  6. MakerDAO: A decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) that governs the stablecoin DAI, which is pegged to the value of the U.S. dollar.
  7. Decentraland: A virtual reality platform built on the Ethereum blockchain, allowing users to create, trade, and experience digital content and assets.
  8. CryptoKitties: A blockchain-based game where players can collect, breed, and trade unique virtual cats using non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
  9. Synthetix: A decentralized synthetic asset protocol that enables the creation and trading of synthetic assets representing real-world assets like stocks, commodities, and currencies.
  10. Augur: A decentralized prediction market platform that allows users to create and trade prediction markets on various real-world events.

The team at www.Geveo.io has been involved in creating the Evernode platform from day 1! We have developed all the components that constitute the Evernode platform as we know it.

Our engineers have intimate knowledge of the best practices when it comes to creating smart contracts running on the platform. We also have extensive knowledge and experience in creating multiple smart contract-based dApps.

Drop us a mail inquiry and we will get in touch.

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Ravi Weerasooriya

Our advisors are committed to providing tailored guidance for Evernode DApps' development. With their expertise, they equip you with top strategies for successful decentralized applications.

Ravin Perera
Senior Consultant

Our advisors are committed to providing tailored guidance for Evernode DApps' development. With their expertise, they equip you with top strategies for successful decentralized applications.

Hethu Nanayakkara
Head of Software Engineering

Our advisors are committed to providing tailored guidance for Evernode DApps' development. With their expertise, they equip you with top strategies for successful decentralized applications.

Chinthaka Chandrasekara
Innovation lead

Our advisors are committed to providing tailored guidance for Evernode DApps' development. With their expertise, they equip you with top strategies for successful decentralized applications.

Priyadharsun Sivadasan
Software Architect

Our advisors are committed to providing tailored guidance for Evernode DApps' development. With their expertise, they equip you with top strategies for successful decentralized applications.

Scott Chamberlain

Our advisors are committed to providing tailored guidance for Evernode DApps' development. With their expertise, they equip you with top strategies for successful decentralized applications.

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Tech Lead
Kavindu Fernando
Senior Software Engineer
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Software Engineer


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