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How to Use

General users connect to Transaction nodes, which are operated by each service provider through Endpoint using Wallet, and then read and write blockchain data.

To write blockchain data, a commission fee is required (what is called token). Transaction data sent to the Transaction node is shared in the Transaction Pool, shared by whole nodes, and will be written in the block after being validated by the Validator node.

Tokens are basically not required when reading the data, but it is required to appropriately enhance and divide the Transaction node since it may exceed the Transaction node capacity when flock at a time. It is currently under demonstration experiment so that the blockchain information is open to the public through BlockExploler but Endpoint is not publicly available.

If you wish to join, please refer to the link for application.