Layer 2 is a new layer applied to the blockchain. It has been particularly useful for Ethereum. Ethereum is a decentralised exchange protocol based on an ultra-secure computer protocol. It is most often compared to Bitcoin. Its problem at one point was that it took too long to complete a transaction, and at the same time required too many resources. Layer 2 therefore aimed to correct this problem.Read moreRead more
The Proof of Authority (PoA) is a consensus algorithm whose purpose is to implement the blockchain protocol. It therefore allows transactions and other interactions with the network to be validated, but also to update its more or less distributed register. This right is given to a limited and designated number of actors.Read moreRead more
Web 3.0 is a decentralised version of the Internet. It is based on peer-to-peer technologies such as blockchain. Web 3.0 allows every Internet user to have full control over their personal data and, more broadly, to actively participate in the governance of the web.Read moreRead more
The PVID standard - Remote Identity Verification Service Providers - is a reference text proposed by the ANSSI (French National Agency for Information Systems Security) which frames remote identity identification services. The objective number 1 is to allow the identification of the providers of a remote identity verification service with a substantial or high level of guarantee.Read moreRead more
Decentralised digital identity is a mechanism that allows users to directly administer their own digital identity through the use of a distributed ledger architecture such as blockchain technology.Read more
You can find all the documentation needed to implement the Archipels API, the test environment or the Archipels blockchain in the documentation section accessible below.Read more
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