FIPA6V1_Inviter(en-US)



  • FIPA6: Inviter
    Version: 1
    Language: en-US
    Author: C_armX
    Status: draft
    Created date: 2021-04-25
    LastModifiedDate:2021-04-25
    File hash: "unknown"
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    FIPA6V1_Inviter(en-US)

    Contents

    Introduction

    General rules of FIPA type protocols

    Rules specific to this protocol

    Introduction

    
    ProtocolType: FIPA
    SerialNumber: 6
    ProtocolName: Inviter
    VersionNumber: 1
    Description : Define the sender of the first utxo received by an address as its inviter.
    Author: C_armX
    Language: en-US
    Tags: FIPA, inviter
    PreVersionHash:"unknown"
    
    

    General rules of FIPA protocols

    FIPA protocols regulate improvements that do not require a hard fork upgrade of the main network, and do not determine the structure of the data written in the Distributed storage system.

    Rules specific to this protocol

    1. The inviter is the address who introduces a new active address into the freecash society.

    2. The address of the first input of the transaction by which a new address received its first utxo is the inviter of this new address.

    3. The addresses with the first utxo from coinbase have no inviter.

    Examples

    1. FEk41Kqjar45fLDriztUDTUkdki7mmcjWK is the inviter of F86zoAvNaQxEuYyvQssV5WxEzapNaiDtTW due to the former send the first utxo to the later in transaction ae1c03dd8ca6be465ecdf0e5ff86082a76c37fa83969452009faf5d4d4b9d8d7.

    2. FTqiqAyXHnK7uDTXzMap3acvqADK4ZGzts has no inviter because it received its first utxo from coinbase in transaction 2fa578c425d4c6872d1ebd6a4b28c6d42a2d3c7826158956b8cd326de789f65a.


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