End to end Encrypted web3

Fhenix is the first blockchain powered by fully homomorphic
encryption to bring Computation Over Encrypted 

Data to EVM smart contracts

A new, encrypted web is waiting for you

Truly functional markets require end-to-end encryption.
Fhenix rises to the challenge by unlocking unprecedented
encryption capabilities in the public blockchain space

The power of Fully Homomorphic 
Encryption is unmatched!


A cutting-edge mathematical encryption scheme that facilitates computations on encrypted data without the need for decryption! 

This enables deployment of confidential smart contracts, ensuring that transaction inputs and states stay encrypted throughout the entire computation process

Subscribe to pioneer FHE with Fhenix

Fhenix is NOT like ANY other encrypted blockchain solution

Easy to develop

Solidity Native Integration

Unprecedented level of security

Based on pure mathematics, FHE powered

Endless opportunities

Unlocks an array of essential use cases

Web2 today

Confidential
Centralized

Web3 today

Decentralized
Not Confidential

Web3 with Fhenix

Confidential Decentralized

The beginning of

end to end encryption

Q1.24

Testnet

Q3.24

Interchain Support

Q1.25

Testnet Optimisation

Q2.25

Mainnet

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FAQ

Fhenix is the first confidential blockchain powered by fully homomorphic encryption. Through the usage of fhEVM, Fhenix enables Ethereum developers to seamlessly build encrypted smart contracts and perform encrypted computation of data, all while using Solidity and other familiar, easy-to-use tools.

 

Fhenix offers developers a superior technology for securing private data and performing encrypted computation which enables a wide array of new and highly necessary products in Web3. Fhenix modular design facilitates seamless integration of Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) computation in all blockchain data layers, and easy deployment of confidential smart contracts on public blockchains.

Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) is a bleeding edge encryption technology that that facilitates computations on encrypted data without the need for decryption. This enables deployment of confidential smart contracts, ensuring that transaction inputs and states stay encrypted throughout the entire computation process, or in other words- end-to-end encryption for Web3 based applications.

No. ZK allows verifications only which allows encryption, but can’t facilitate most encrypted computations due the inability to combine private data from multiple parties. In that sense, ZK is more relevant for scalability with some degree of security, where FHE allows for higher levels of data security coupled with unprecedented use cases supported by its ‘holistic’ encryption features, like private on-chain auctions which are not possible with ZK.

Data encryption is the last remaining problem to solve in public blockchains, such as Ethereum. By utilizing Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) technology for confidential smart contracts, we’re able to offer exceptional levels of data security and pave the way for unprecedented use cases in blockchain and AI.

By leveraging cutting edge Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) technology, FHENIX enables confidentiality in Smart Contracts. FHE facilitates computations on encrypted data without the need for decryption! FHE offers the potential to enable confidential smart contracts, ensuring that transaction inputs, outputs and the blockchain’s state stay encrypted throughout the entire computation process.

Neither. Fhenix’s design is highly modular in nature, which doesn’t fit well with traditional blockchain definitions of data “layers”. Instead Fhenix is to be considered as a Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) blockchain extension, which can be integrated in all blockchain’s data layers and protocol types.

Yes, Fhenix is fully EVM compatible, including full support for Solidity.

The fhEVM is a set of extensions for the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) that enables developers to seamlessly integrate FHE into their workflows and create encrypted smart contracts without any cryptographic expertise, while still writing in Solidity. The fhEVM protocol was originally developed by Zama, a leading cryptography company building open source homomorphic encryption solutions for blockchain and AI, and was integrated directly into the Fhenix Network through a strategic partnership.