What Is XEN Crypto?

Mint Your CryptoBum Now for a 40% Fee Share on Marketplace Transactions!

Many millionaires have been created by cryptocurrency, but there have also been many losers. The crypto-industry’s reputation has been tarnished by a string of pump-and-dump schemes, hacks, and failed projects. Not everyone knows how to earn without getting rekt, and most lose money. But now it’s time for a change because XEN is a crypto you don’t need money for. How’s that possible? Read on, and get to know what XEN is and how it works.

So what is XEN?

Jack Levin Google datacenter
Jack Levin built Google Cloud’s first rack in 2000

XEN is a project created by Jack Levin, one of the first employees at Google, where he was an infrastructure engineer who built their first cloud and built the first six datacenters. He’s also an angel investor, biohacker, and founder of imageshack.com and other companies.


XEN, pronounced “zen”, is a state of equilibrium and fairness between passing time and the number of people owning it. It’s based on the principle that each of us is their own bank, able to mint our own tokens in a trustless way. It’s kind of like a seed that is a generative principle of a tree growing its own fruits. This is a very important aspect in the mindset of a sovereign individual who always chooses independence over entrenched interests, so popular in a centralised world of finance and often carried to the cryptocurrency field.

The first principle of crypto

Unlike every token out there, XEN is based on the first principles initiated by Satoshi Nakamoto in his Bitcoin white paper. Just like bitcoiners, XEN owners practise self-custody, where every person retains full control and is responsible for his/her economic energy. There have been too many failures, driven primarily by the users who were too eager to give up control over their coins to an exchange or to other platforms in the name of security and to chase yield. The first rule of XEN is that “zen” masters are always in control of their keys, responsibly managing them. 

The second principle of crypto

The second first principle of crypto as designed by Nakamoto is truth by consensus. I can trust you without having to share additional information with you because the underlying protocol is in charge of verifying all the information. XEN is an open source smart contract deployed on the Ethereum protocol. The code can’t be changed by anyone, and it’s verifiable and audited. The permissionless and trustless nature of XEN ensures that there are no middlemen in the equation. Everything happens on-chain without any off-chain governance rules that can somehow change the contract. XEN is entirely free of counterparty risk.

The third principle of crypto

The third principle is decentralization, where XEN achieves true mastery because there’s no management team capable of changing the code, there’s no admin keys to the smart contract, there’s no pre-mint giving anyone the power to dump or manipulate, there’s no address receiving part of the rewards, there’s no initial or finite supply, and yet XEN achieves the broadest possible decentralisation and disinflationary effect as time passes by.
XEN logo
XEN logo

XEN is a token minted for free, and its value stems from adoption growth, the amount of gas spent on the transaction, and the time between the claim and the mint. What rank you have and how long you wait to mint determines the quantity of your XEN. The difficulty of minting increases with the number of people joining the network. Similarly to Bitcoin, the minting difficulty is time-adjusted. XEN’s initial inflation is very high due to the Early Adoption Amplifier (EAA) bonus and the Rward Amplificator (AMP). From a highly inflationary token, XEN will turn into a disinflationary one as more time passes by. In the end, it will arrive at a flat yearly emission rate that will be used to pay for the APY rewards to the stakers.