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List of Modules

Here is a list of all production-grade modules that can be used on the Evmos blockchain, along with their respective documentation:

  • claims - Rewards status and claiming process for the mainnet release.
  • epochs - Executes custom state transitions every period (aka epoch).
  • erc20 - Trustless, on-chain bidirectional internal conversion of tokens between Evmos' EVM and Cosmos runtimes.
  • evm - Smart Contract deployment and execution on Cosmos
  • feemarket - Fee market implementation based on the EIP1559 specification.
  • revenue - Split EVM transaction fees between block proposer and smart contract developers.
  • incentives - Incentivize user interaction with governance-approved smart contracts.
  • inflation - Mint tokens and allocate them to staking rewards, usage incentives and community pool.
  • recovery - Recover tokens that are stuck on unsupported Evmos accounts.
  • vesting - Vesting accounts with lockup and clawback capabilities.

Cosmos SDK

Evmos uses the following Cosmos SDK modules:

  • auth - Authentication of accounts and transactions for Cosmos SDK applications.
  • authz - Authorization for accounts to perform actions on behalf of other accounts.
  • bank - Token transfer functionalities.
  • capability - Object capability implementation.
  • crisis - Halting the blockchain under certain circumstances (e.g. if an invariant is broken).
  • distribution - Fee distribution, and staking token provision distribution.
  • evidence - Evidence handling for double signing, misbehaviour, etc.
  • feegrant - Grant fee allowances for executing transactions.
  • genutil - variaety of genesis utility functionalities for usage within a blockchain application
  • gov - On-chain proposals and voting.
  • params - Globally available parameter store.
  • slashing - Validator punishment mechanisms.
  • staking - Proof-of-Stake layer for public blockchains.
  • upgrade - Software upgrades handling and coordination.


Evmos uses the following the IBC modules for the SDK: