Trinci's core

T.R.I.N.C.I. 2.0 is a piece of technology capable of offering a more efficient, safer way to exchange value in transactions.

The transactions can be voted (by multiple subjects such as group members who follow established rules while making decisions in the group and who act as a single and compact subject outside) or signed virtually by individual actors (such as humans, IoT devices, robots, AI networks, etc.).

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It is scalable depending on the business purpose for which it is intended. It can be programmed to process a high amount of low-cost transactions (IoT-oriented) and to handle complex data with adequate transaction costs (NFT-oriented). Both hardware and software sides can therefore be scaled by increasing or decreasing the number of nodes and by programming the smart contracts.


The wasm-machine engine allows to execute smart contracts implemented in the WebAssembly by third parties. This provides you with the updates and the functionalities required for this technology’s evolution and eternal existence. 


Depending on the purpose of the HDSB, it can be securely extended through the use of a smart contract containing the arbitrary consensus algorithms. By following the established HDSB’s rules of survival, the designated module can accept transactions containing new consensus algorithms. PoW, Pos and PoA are the main categories, and each is capable of having the property of byzantine fault tolerance. 


T.R.I.N.C.I. 2.0 is implemented in Rust, a high-level programming language comprising a dynamic and welcoming community that contributes to its performances and security.


Dedicated to the community and enforced under the AGPL license, effective control over its compliance is maintained by fulfilling the strictest standards and best practices as required by the terms of open source licenses.


Core component

The core is written in Rust, a high-level and high-performance programming language. Because the smart contracts are compiled in WebAssembly, the developers can write the code in several recognized languages.

Furthermore, they enable cross-interoperability between the technology’s client and server sides. 

Trinci system
Trinci Blockchain architecture

The architecture in big pictures

Macro-components of our blockchain architecture and how they interact.

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