Glossary

Below you can find our Bloki Glossary!

Definitions

 

 

Username Bloki:  is one of the two credentials  to enable the User  to access in User Account in Bloki Platform. It is the email address indicated by  the User during the Signup

Password Bloki: is the second credential  to enable the User  to access in  User Account in Bloki Platform. This Password is defined by Bloki and communicated to the User.

Bloki Credentials:  are represented by the Username and Password Bloki and are stored on Bloki database. If the User forgot the Bloki Credential, Bloki Team can restore and communicate to the User.

Blockchain Technology (or Blockchain) indicates in this context the Digital Ledger Technology and the Smart Contracts

Asset is every type of entity/item/object that the User  decide  to manage by Bloki on the Blockchain

  • Because the User needs saving money.
  • Because it is possible in disintermediate ans tamper proof using the Bloki Functionalities
  • During its life cycle (time) and/or in the physical location (space).

This entity can be  physical, immaterial or digital. The Asset is managed by User. Some examples of Assets: an artwork, an industrial process, a music album, a real estate property, a Lawyer’s Archive, a collection of coins, a financial certificate, a Clinic History of a person, Doping testing results

Management of Asset indicate the entire set of activities that a User realize on the Asset in Bloki from its Creation to the Dissolution or to the Selling/Bying.

User is the figure entitled to manage Assets in Bloki. The User can be an individual, an employer/manager/executive of a Company, a regulator,  an advisor, a lawyer, another Application. The User as figure can have a own certified and verifiable Identity

Personal ID (PID) is a key assigned to the User by Blockchain Level and permits to associate User and Identity. Bloki doesn’t retail this code in its database

Personal PSW (PSW) is a second key assigned by the User and is known  only to the User and related to the Blockchain Level. Bloki doesn’t retain this code in its database.

Visitor is a figure that can use only the function Verify to access,  eventually downloading, to the certificated digital files of the Asset.

Asset ID is the key assigned by Blockchain to the Asset. Bloki doesn’t retain this key in its database

Asset Psw is the key assigned and inserted  by the User to the Asset. Bloki doesn’t retain this key in its database.

Transaction is a Bloki’s Terminology and is the action  to manage a change of a ‘logical state’  during the management of an Asset.

The Transaction are implemented by the execution of a Blockchain-Transaction.

Blockchain Credentials are the two keys Assed ID and the Asset Psw. These  Credentials have to be used in the same time in double key mode to operate fully on Blockchain Level.    Bloki doesn’t retain this code in its databases

Asset Description  is a mnemonic description of the Asset defined by the User, can be changed by the User along the management of the Asset and is stored in Bloki database, is relative to the Bloki Level

Transaction Info is a mnemonic description of a Transaction defined by the User, can be changed by the User along the management of the Asset and is stored in Bloki database, is relative to the Bloki Level

Bloki Level is constituted by the Bloki system (Servers, Disks, Ip gateways, sw etc) where the modules of the Processor run and where are allocated the Bloki databases

Blockchain Level is constituted by components of the blockchain technology (DLT, Smar Contracts) where are managed all the data with all the characteristics of the Blockchain without that these data are retained by Bloki during the interoperability between Bloki function and blockchain and in the presentation of the data to the User