The Complete Guide to Using The KardiaChain Testnet “Archi” Explorer and Wallet.

KardiaChain Explorer and Wallet are the first applications in the KardiaChain testnet “Archi”. To ensure our users have a smooth experience, we have written a guide to get you started!

We decided to name our first public testnet “Archi” — meaning “The Beginning” in Greek. We chose this word as a symbolic representation for the inception of the many great things to come in the future journey to achieve our vision of equal opportunities for everyone.

KardiaChain Wallet and Explorer are the first products we are releasing for public testing.

At the first release of testnet Archi, users will be able to create a wallet, receive faucet token and send/receive KAI token to/from other users. From testnet Archi 2.0, users will be able to deploy smart contracts on testnet “Archi” using KAI.

At later release, KAI can be used to deploy smart contracts on KardiaChain main network. It will also be a part of the cross-chain smart contract deployment process via Kardia Smart Contract Mark-Up Language (KSML). In addition, as part of KardiaChain BFT dPoS consensus, users can stake KAI to become validators, delegate KAI to other validators to earn block rewards and much more…

KardiaChain Network Stresstest Performance

“I am very excited about our first public testnet release. Our team of dedicated developers have been working hard to achieve cross-chain capabilities with Ethereum, Neo and Tron. For network scalability, a peak TPS of 3,016 has been reached in our stress test — a small taste of what our unique technology is capable of. These are only the first steps in our mission of becoming the most interoperable blockchain platform.”

Huy Nguyen – KardiaChain CTO, Senior Google Engineer


Creating a new KardiaChain wallet

Create a wallet by choosing either “Private Key” or “Keystore File”
  1. Visit our Explorer (link will be published soon) and navigate to our Wallet page.
  2. Create a new wallet by choosing either “Private Key” or “Keystore File” according to your preference.

Using “Private Key”, a private key for your wallet will be generated. It is essential that you do not lose this key. Remember, anyone who has your private key will be able to gain full access to your wallet.

  • Click “Create” and in the next window click “Show” to view your private key and save a copy of it.
  • Click “Access my Wallet” to access your wallet.

Using “Keystore File”, input your desired password and your keystore file will be generated. To log in, you will need both your keystore file and your password.

  • Download and safely store your keystore file.
  • Click “Access my Wallet” to access your wallet.

KardiaChain Wallet Token Transactions

  1. In order to start sending transactions, you will need to request some testnet KAI tokens. Click on Faucet tab, insert your wallet address and press Get KAI (you will receive 100 KAI, the next request shall be approved 24 hours after the last one).

*Notice: KAI testnet token is generated for testing purpose only without representing any real monetary value.

KardiaChain Testnet “Archi” Faucet

2. Move back to your Wallet, you should see your new KAI balance. Otherwise, please wait a few moments for KAI to arrive and click refresh.

3. Navigate to the “Send Transaction” section and input the amount of KAI tokens you wish to send in the “Amount” field.

4. Input the receiving wallet address in the “Address” field.

5. Gas Limit is currently 1,000 for testing purpose.

6. Gas price? Higher “Gas Price” amount will allow you to speed up your transaction.

7. Click “Send” to send your transaction.


KardiaChain Explorer

In our Explorer landing page (link will be published soon) You will be able to see the following information:

Search engine, Average TPS, Block Time on KardiaChain Testnet Explorer
  1. “Search” — allows you to search for a certain transaction hash, block hash and wallet address.
  2. “Average TPS” — The amount of Transaction Per Second being processed on average of the last 20 blocks.
  3. “Block Time” — The average time of new block being created.
Recent Block and Transaction on KardiaChain Testnet “Archi”

4. “Latest Block” — View information about the latest blocks created with Block height, Age and Number of transactions within that block. Click on a specific block you wish to inspect further.

5. “Transactions” — View information about the latest transactions on the network with Tx ID, Age, Sender, Receiver and Amount of KAI sent. Click on a specific transaction you wish to inspect further.

Beside KardiaChain Testnet “Archi” launch, there will be an incentive programme to attract more users interacting with the testnet, please stay tuned to our updates!

Thank you,

KardiaChain Foundation