Zero Open System
Accounts & Avatars
Networks & Clusters
Peer Routing & Discovery
Governance & Token Issuance
The Data Layer is comprised of eleven core modules:
A unique peer identification, generally assigned to a single Member or device.
A peer in the network that establishes Transports, stream multiplexing and content routing.
A canonical format and signature structure for storing system state and constructing a zChain.
A chain of signed Messages that is secured by a Merkle tree.
Account & Avatar:
A representation of account information, with the enabling capacity to combine Identities and multiple devices under a parent zChain.
A public or private namespace that is shared by Accounts or Identities.
A Cluster that represents two or more linked Networks.
Peer Routing and Discovery:
A shared format to ensure consistent addressing and data routing between Nodes within the Zero Grid.
A peer-to-peer protocol used to share messages between Nodes within the Zero Grid.
A collection of one or more custom Message format and associated validation logic that enables the development and interoperability of custom Zero applications.
A peer-to-peer service (e.g. DAEMON) that peers can run and provide to the Zero Grid.
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