TkeyRegister—distributed register of financial transactions

A continuous chain of blocks, guaranteeing the integrity of information without a central authority, enabling companies around the world to maintain a common financial database

How does TkeyRegister work?

TkeyRegister allows companies that are not related to each other to coordinate and maintain a single register of financial data.

Every 5-10 seconds, independent nodes (companies) check the integrity of information and recheck the work of others, publishing new reliable data blocks. If one of the nodes tries secretly change data, the information will reject by other system participants. This model of information exchange and coordination guarantees companies the integrity of information without trusting other participants in the system.

The data in the system is open to all its participants, but at the same time, no one knows who owns a particular account. System participants can use encrypted identifiers in transactions for easy identification of payment accounts—this can be convenient for payment systems when you need to segment account holders and their operations while maintaining data confidentiality.

Basic features

Distributed registry for the progressive financial market

A unified database managed by the participants of its system

Information integrity

Participants in the system are united in an overlay network, where each computer is a peer. Every 5-10 seconds, nodes exchange data and verify it, ensuring the integrity of the information

Storage / Recording

Each member of the system stores an up-to-date copy of the registry in the PostgreSQL® RDBMS, recording the current state in the External Data Representation format1

Continuous sync

Every 5-10 seconds, all nodes in the system continuously update their archives to the current state of the registry

A revolution that begins imperceptibly

TkeyRegister is a distributedDLT database of digital transactions, operations, or other events that contain critical information. Data is stored and simultaneously created and updated on all media for all registered participants. Data is written with an immutable cryptographic signature and grouped into blocks. Each new-block includes the hash of the previous block, combining them into a continuous chain of blocks.Blockchain

Stable performance

Distributed infrastructure significantly reduces maintenance costs, increases data processing speed, and ensures transparency of payments or other critical information.