Mint and configure tokens and accounts.
Hedera offers fine-grained control, with key and token configurations that deliver flexibility for account KYC verification and freeze, token supply management, transfer, and more.
Hashgraph consensus on the Hedera public network ensures low and predictable transaction fees — it costs less than 1¢ USD to transfer any sum of a tokenized asset on Hedera.
The Hedera public network is owned and governed by the world’s leading organizations, such as Google, LG, DLA Piper, Boeing, and more. It offers the highest grade of security in its class and cannot fork into a competing network, ensuring robust stability.
Hedera is the only public distributed ledger architected from the ground-up to meet the performance and security requirements of new and existing applications running at web scale. Hedera offers game-changing and unique functionalities for tokenization unattainable by alternative public and private distributed ledger technology.
Deploy tokens natively without needing to configure additional infrastructure. Token transfers and account balances are exposed via mirror nodes in a publicly verifiable way. Tokens are deployed after defining key roles and behaviors to support their operation.
The Hedera Token Service offers token transfers, fixed in USD, for less than $0.01 USD, supporting high throughput use cases such as payments, financial markets, or in app purchases.
Process thousands of transactions per second with finality / settlement in 3-5 seconds, with throughput that’s expected to increase over time.
Defined tokens inherit the account, transaction, and trust model of native hbar cryptocurrency transactions. This offers interoperability with both tokens on Hedera and on other distributed ledger networks. Transfers can also be verified in order to trigger events on other permissioned or permissionless networks.
Token transactions are included in receipts, records, and state proofs on Hedera. Any third party application can independently verify transactions that come to consensus. Mirror nodes expose a history of transactions without relying on a centralized source of proof.
Tokens issued on the Hedera mainnet benefit from standardized integrations with third party services — this includes wallets, custody providers, and exchanges. Third parties adopting the Hedera account model can easily extend their integrations to any token type. This offers a path to adoption and liquidity for tokens issued on Hedera.