A client data set which is stored in database and used for client identification


A user’s login associated with his address as a result of the transaction, the result of which is used to record the alias address matching in the database, and it is possible to specify this alias in the subsequent transactions

Anonymous network

Unpermissioned public blockchain which can be accessed by any participant as an anonymous person

Atomic container

A transaction that puts other transactions in a container that are executed atomically: either all of them are executed, or none of them are executed. The atomic transaction has 120 number


A decentralized, distributed and public digital ledger that is used to record in such way that any involved record cannot be altered retroactively, without the alteration of all subsequent blocks

Genesis block

The first block in the blockchain which contains special genesis transactions distributing the initial balance and permissions

Access group

A table inside the node state containing the net participants list which can exchange the privacy data according to this policy


A form of digital currency based on encryption algorithms and ran inside decentralized platforms built on the blockchain


The way to agree on a single point of the data value in a network between participants


The process by which transactions are verified and added to a blockchain


A real network where transactions are executing, tokens are issuing and storing


A computer which is ran the node software and connected to the blockchain network


A net address of the node

Private key

A privately held string of data that allows you to sign transactions and to get access to tokens. The private key is inextricably bound to the public key

Public network

Permissioned public blockchain where each participant is known and registered in the network

Public key

A string of data bound with the private key and used for interactions with net participants. The public key is applied to transactions to confirm the correctness of the user’s signature made on the private key

Public address

A public address is the cryptographic hash of a public key and a net byte. They act as email addresses that can be published anywhere, unlike private keys


Rollback of a created block for re-mining


Creation of a new blockchain branch


API tool

Seed phrase

A set from 24 accidentally chosen words for restoring the access to the tokens

Smart account

An account with specified features for creating and running smart-contracts

Smart asset

A token with an attached script, during each new transaction with such a token the transaction will be confirmed first by the script, then by the blockchain

Smart contract

A computer program code that is capable of facilitating, executing, and enforcing the negotiation or performance of an agreement between participant


The full history of transactions which is stored in the node DB

Smart contract state

All current smart contract data, after each call 104 transaction data is updated

Address state

A complex entity that includes information related to any participant (blockchain address) - balances, information about data transactions (in key-value format), smart contracts data (in key-value format) , etc.


An account unit, a blockchain asset, which is not a cryptocurrency and is intended to represent the digital balance, it is an equivalent of the company’s shares


An operation that participants on the blockchain network use to interact with eachother


A blockchain participant who send transactions to the net for getting approve


A unique configuration of the symbols (letters and digits), it is a result of the hash function performing over the data according with the specified algorithm. Hash uniquely identifies the object

Private network

Permissioned private blockchain where all transactions are controlled by a central authority


The app for tokens transfer from one blockchain net to another one


A distribution of cryptocurrency to users, entirely for free

CFT (Crash Fault Tolerance)

PoA-based consensus algorithm which is able to minimize creation of blockchain forks in case of any fault on a participant side.

PoS (Proof-of-Stake)

A consensus algorithm based on the stake which is used for choosing the node for checking transactions and generating a new block


Consensus Algorithm, which is an improved version of Proof-of-Stake. A feature of the algorithm is that it provides the ability to lease the user’s tokens

PoA (Proof-of-Authority)

A consensus algorithm in a private blockchain that grants to the most authority nodes the right to check transactions and generate a new block