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Tezos is a decentralized blockchain that governs itself by establishing a true digital commonwealth. It facilitates formal verification, a technique which mathematically proves the correctness of the code governing transactions and boosts the security of the most sensitive or financially weighted smart contracts.

HQSan Francisco, CA, US

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2017)9(-18%)
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Key People/Management at Tezos

Kathleen Breitman

Kathleen Breitman

Co-Founder / CEO
Arthur Breitman

Arthur Breitman

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Tezos Office Locations

Tezos has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
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Tezos Financials and Metrics

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Tezos total Funding

$232 m

Tezos latest funding size

$232 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago


Tezos (Pre-Launch) (XTZ)

Tezos investors

Tezos's latest funding round in July 2017 was reported to be $232 m. In total, Tezos has raised $232 m
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Tezos News and Updates

Tezos Israel Develops Hardware Device to Protect Network Validators’ Staked Assets

Innovation hub Tezos Israel has built a hardware security device it says will better secure the staked assets of Tezos' network validators.

Sylo Integrates Tezos to the Sylo Smart Wallet

Auckland, New Zealand, Dec. 04, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- (via Blockchain Wire) New Zealand-based software development firm Sylo has deployed wallet support for public blockchain Tezos in their multi-chain wallet-messenger decentralized app, the Sylo Smart Wallet, which currently boasts over 250,00…

Licensed Swiss Crypto Bank Launches Tezos Trading and Staking

Sygnum Bank now offers trading and staking of Tezos, its first listing of a proof-of-stake cryptocurrency.

Sygnum launches staking for Tezos rewards

Sygnum is the first regulated bank to launch staking for Tezos (XTZ), an open-source protocol backed by a global community of 1300+ validators, researchers and developers.

$25 Million Tezos ICO Litigation Settlement Achieves Final Approval, Block & Leviton Announces

BOSTON, Oct. 15, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- On August 27, 2020, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California issued an order finally approving a $25 million settlement in a class action against certain Defendants affiliated with a July 2017 initial coin offering of the Te…

Tezos Investors Win $25M Settlement in Court Case Over $230M ICO

A U.S. lawsuit that alleged the Tezos ICO was an unregistered securities sale has been settled for $25 million.
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Tezos Blogs

Spinning up a Tezos node in under a few minutes

An introduction to booting up a Tezos node using snapshots and history modes.This is a composite post derived from Nomadic Labs’ post: ‘Introducing Snapshots and History Modes for the Tezos Node’ and Nomadic Labs CTO Benjamin Canou’s recent presentation: ‘How to Quickly Boot a Tezos Node: a brief pr…

LIGO becomes Polyglot

New logo for LIGOLIGO is a simple smart contract language designed for developing larger contracts than one would naturally write in Michelson.The LIGO development team is proud to announce that the LIGO compiler is now equipped with a generic front-end that accepts any parser exposing an interface …

Introducing LIGO: a new smart contract language for Tezos

A (self-aware) prototype of the LIGO logoIntroduction to LIGOIn order to implement Marigold, a layer 2 solution for Tezos, we built a language that would let us write complex, yet efficient, smart contracts. Thus, LIGO was born. LIGO is still in early-stage development, but we’re excited to give you…

Tezos Athens

An overview of Athens, the first Tezos on-chain upgrade proposalsThe Parthenon in Athens, by Hans ReniersThis post summarizes today’s announcement from Nomadic Labs regarding Athens, the first on-chain Tezos upgrade proposals for Tezos arriving later this week. For a more technical explanation and c…

Marigold: layer-2 scaling for Tezos

An introduction to MarigoldCurrent blockchain networks offer strong guarantees of correctness and resistance to censorship. In exchange, they are slow and too expensive to run applications at scale. Marigold is a layer-2 project that trades off censorship resistance for speed and low fees, enabling …

A Tutorial Introduction to Michelson & Tezos, Part II: Hello Tezos

Now that we know a little Michelson, let’s take a look at the Tezos blockchain, which is the “environment” in which our Michelson contracts are actually going to run.This is not going to be an exhaustive overview of Tezos; we’re going to focus on those aspects that are most relevant from the perspec…
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Tezos Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Tezos founded?

    Tezos was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Tezos key executives?

    Tezos's key executives are Kathleen Breitman and Arthur Breitman.

  • How many employees does Tezos have?

    Tezos has 9 employees.

  • Who are Tezos competitors?

    Competitors of Tezos include NEO, Ethereum and Block.one.

  • Where is Tezos headquarters?

    Tezos headquarters is located at San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Tezos offices?

    Tezos has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Tezos have?

    Tezos has 1 office.