A decentralized off-chain data governance protocol gives people and organizations agency over data sharing and decision making


Fulfills promised evolution of web3

Human-readable contracts

for legally valid agreements and automated non-monetary data exchange control

Cloud agent nodes

represent both people and organizations in a new kind of decentralized network

Tokenless micro-ledgers

fully interoperable system writes signed hashes to any immutable ledger or blockchain


Internet Data Protocol Layer

JLINX is a decentralized data control layer on the internet. It provides human readable agreements that govern automated data exchange, legal contracts, coordination and off-chain governance.

JLINX uses standard cryptographic keys (PKI), decentralized identifiers (DIDs), and verifiable credentials (VCs), to provide on-going data exchange under non-monetary zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs).

JLINX can add copyright contracts and signed metadata to NFTs, legal compliance and coordination for DAOs, and human-readable legal contracts for web3 in general.

Cloud agents represent each party. Human-readable contracts control data exchange and governance agreements. Cloud agent nodes write to their own tokenless micro-ledgers for immutable non-repudiation and can send signed hashes to any blockchain.

Combining cryptographic technology with JSON offers developers a way to connect existing sites, servers and databases using an interoperable data exchange protocol anchored on immutable ledgers and blockchains.

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Decentralized technology for data, identity and governance.

JLINX provides a simple, elegant, cryptographically secure way of signing and exchanging human readable agreements governing data use across any combination of websites, databases, applications and codebases. The cloud agent node paradigm connects clients to servers in a new, truly decentralized way.


data contracts

Cryptographic keys and hashes are used to sign human-readable legally defined contracts exchanged between agents


Writes to tokenless
micro-ledgers and blockchain

Signed verification written to any combination of immutable ledgers and blockchains


Cloud agent nodes represent each party

Each client controls their own virtual server agent under a both cryptographically secure and legally binding fiduciary relationship