Blockchain Infrastructure for the Decentralised Web

From Parity Ethereum, the most advanced Ethereum client, to Polkadot, the next-generation interoperable blockchain network. Parity builds the cutting edge of Web 3.0.

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Laying the foundation for a better web

The internet is too important to billions of people for it to be at the mercy of a few powerful companies.

We are developing the technology to disrupt centralised online services and enable institutional innovation.

What if we no longer had to route our interactions through centralised services? What if data breaches were a remnant of an old flawed infrastructure? Each piece of Parity's technology is a step towards a society run on peer-to-peer networks instead of by a handful of corporations.


Groundbreaking distributed tech. We are pioneers in:

  • On-chain governance protocol upgrades
  • Proof-of-Authority consensus
  • Private Ethereum transactions
  • Warp sync and pruning
  • Rust and Wasm in blockchain

Nearly all of our work is provided open source. Community contributors are a crucial part of development. Come build technology for a fairer society with us.

World Food Programme
Built on Parity tech

106,000 refugees aided with Parity blockchain tech

Parity developed blockchain technology for the UN World Food Programme to make the transfer of cash assistance faster, cheaper, and more secure. By the end of 2018, the technology will help over 106,000 refugees receive assistance.

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Some of the organisations using our tech

Technology developed by a team of the world’s top blockchain engineers

60+ developers across fifteen countries. A no-bullshit culture of getting stuff done. Join the team.

Jutta Steiner
Dr. Jutta Steiner

CEO & Founder

Gavin Wood
Dr. Gavin Wood

CWO & Founder

From the blog

April 08, 2020

Built on Substrate: Centrifuge Chain

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March 31, 2020

Announcing Substrate Delivery Partners

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