Kaisar Network's architecture is a cohesive, multi-layered structure that delivers a seamless, secure, and efficient user experience. Each layer has a distinct role, working in tandem to ensure optimal system performance. The architecture is built on modern technology, ensuring scalability, reliability, and robustness.


1. Checking: The Checker sends a job request to verify the uptime and performance of the Worker.

2. PoPW (Proof of Physical Work): The Provider executes the job and sends proof of work to the Checker.

3. Report: The Checker reports the parameters and performance data of the Providers to the blockchain.

4. Reward: At the end of each epoch, the system issues rewards to Providers and Checkers based on performance and honesty.


  1. Blockchain: Kaisar leverages peaq blockchain, a multi-chain layer one blockchain specifically designed and optimized for DePIN. The network can scale beyond 100,000 transactions per second (TPS) (pending upgrade) while maintaining a minimal transaction cost of approximately $0.00025. Peaq utilizes the most environmentally friendly blockchain architecture and boasts the second-largest developer ecosystem in Web3. Peaq enables seamless interaction with Polkadot, cross-chain machine IDs with Cosmos, Solana, and Binance, as well as connection to Ethereum. peaq blockchain is EVM compatible and connected to more than 30 blockchains through Wormhole.

  2. Kaisar Checker: Serving as a Checker Node, Kaisar Checker is responsible for assessing the uptime, bandwidth, and performance of physical devices provided by Providers within the VPN network. Upon completion of tests, Checkers transmit proof of device functionality to Kaisar Blockchain. Periodically, Kaisar Blockchain evaluates Checker performance and efficiency to allocate rewards.

  3. End-users: End-users are those seeking to rent GPUs within the Kaisar Network. They directly engage with Kaisar Blockchain to access features such as GPU rental, payment processing, and cancellation.

  4. Providers: Providers offer CPU/GPU physical devices for the Kaisar Network. They interact with Kaisar Blockchain to execute various functions, including device registration and reward retrieval.

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