How Fusion Works

Unique innovation breakthroughs separate Fusion from all other blockchains and how they function.


Distributed Control Rights Management (DCRM)

Transacting on Fusion requires digital assets locking onto the platform. To lock-in assets, Fusion generates a public and a private key that are Fusion specific. The public key acts as any other public key for digital assets. The Fusion private key is generated by the system and is automatically pre-sharded and distributed across nodes in the network.

This makes it impossible for any single node to know the private key or obtain control of the digital assets. The DCRM functionality locks-in and protects digital assets to the Fusion blockchain, enabling users to securely transact on the platform.


Smart Contracts

Fusion Multiple Triggering Mechanism Technology (MTM) introduces revolutionary smart contract functionality. Now traditional smart contracts can also execute based on time and event-based triggers.

Transactions can now execute with multiple assets across any open or permissioned blockchain asset mapped to the Fusion platform.


Cross-Asset Smart Contracts

Unlike all other smart contracts, a single Fusion smart contract supports any type of digital asset including ERC-20, BTC, ETH, etc. Transactions can now execute with multiple assets across any open or permissioned blockchain.


Lock-in Lock-out (LILO)

FUSION’s Lock-in Lock-out (LILO) function enables assets from various blockchains to interact with each other on the FUSION protocol, breaking the bottleneck of interoperability. A user can seamlessly lock-in digital assets from different ecosystems onto the FUSION blockchain and gain access to the full functionality of the FUSION protocol, including cross-chain smart contracts, time-lock, multi-triggering and more. A digital asset can be quickly and safely locked-out of the FUSION protocol and returned to another wallet address of the user’s choice.



Time Lock technology introduces time as another factor for controlling assets. Now values locked-in on Fusion can be controlled by quantity, value, and time in smart contracts. The realization of Time Lock functionality means digital assets can be natively issued and financial derivatives can be created on Fusion.