Child Chain Control

The public Ignis child chain is permissionless, and will always remain without restrictions, for everyone to use. But for child chains that require the ability to control who can conduct transactions on them, the Ardor platform offers an innovative solution. The Child Chain Control feature can be used to define a permissioning policy for a child chain, with configurable user authorization levels, allowing the chain administrators to grant or revoke transaction privileges to the users of a permissioned child chain. Unlike account and asset control which determine whether a transaction accepted in the blockchain will be allowed to execute or not, child chain control acts at a higher level, it determines whether a transaction will be accepted in the blockchain at all.

Child Chain Control

Child Chain Control. on Ignis Public Blockchain on Ardor Platform

Child Chain Control is a feature and available to all child chains on the Ardor Platform

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