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.