PASTA Protocol

PASTA (PIA Alliance Standard Token Agreement) is a technical protocol used for all smart contracts on the Futurepia blockchain, just like ERC-20 of Ethereum, created for token implementation.

PASTA features the functions that enable users to use multiple DApps with only one single ID, send specific tokens to other places, exchange coins and tokens in a single wallet by using a node which is safer and secure.


Easy & Fast Development

It can be easily implemented by providing various APIs and packages and DApp development is also possible upon request.

Single Sign On

Thanks to SSO, Futurepia members easily join new DApps within a blink of an eye, making the mass adoption a reality.


In the process of joining Futurepia ecosystem,one can receive investment from Futurepia members and coin holders


Co-marketing solution on the mainnet also enables collaboration with other existing DApps.

Key Features & Benefits

SSO (Single Sign On)

Single Sign On allows users to use 1 ID & Password for various DApps on the Futurepia blockchain. Currently, in order to use a DApp on Ethereum blockchain, one has to buy Ether separately, do the KYC on exchanges, remember wallet addresses & master keys for every single DApp which is a big hurdle to the blockchain mass adoption.
SSO is the first step in bringing blockchain to everyday life by making the whole process frictionless and smooth. It enables a user to create a single ID that can be used across other DApps within a network, which allows for cross-marketing of other DApps.

STO (Single Transfer On)

Since PASTA protocol enables the users to have 1 ID & Password for all the DApps, this helps them to have just one wallet for multiple DApps. Moreover, users can transfer and exchange PIA coin with various DApp tokens within Futurepia wallet.

100+ API Provided

Apart from providing mainnet core engine API, Futurepia also provides other useful modules like live streaming, smart wallet, communication network, and P2P cloud API. Futurepia mainnet is deployable both in Windows and Linux environment and with over 100 APIs already developed.