Scrypta Blockchain Functioning Examples

Talking about Blockchain people sometimes linger on its theory and technicalities or they mostly think about financial sector related applications and solutions, forgetting one key aspect: as long as blockchains won’t be easily employed in everyday life then it will continue to be classified as a niche technology.

Our task is to explain and build the technical infrastructure to support a wide diffusion of blockchain technology.

Data and Archiving

Each application, whether centralized or decentralized, requires two fundamental parts: data (files) and storage (database). With Scrypta it is possible to write data into the blockchain and to create complex and decentralized storage systems.

In order to better understand how the Scrypta blockchain system works in a context of common use, we use a practical example imagining that one user, utilizing a dApp installed on his cell phone, wants to write a file (a photograph or a document, a music or any kind of data) in the blockchain and that this file must be permanently maintained in the infrastructure.


1) The user accesses the dApp through an authentication process.

2) The system provides the user with a public address on the Scrypta blockchain and the respective access keys.

3) The user uploads a file in the blockchain (similarly to upload a picture on Whatsapp).

4) At this point the system will send two distinct commands to the interface IdA Node*: the first command concerns loading the file on IPFS — Inter Planetary File System (an innovative technology to create decentralized and distributed archives capable of permanently containing large amounts of data, files and hypermedia), while the latter allows the insertion of the reference of this information (an identifier univocal of the data) inside the blockchain.

  • IdA Node Interconnected dApp Node: basically it is necessary to decrypt all the operations that are carried out by the end user of an application

5) The user waits for the blockchain to process its transaction (about 2 minutes).

6) Both the information and the linked file (the photo) are written forever in the Scrypta blockchain.

Consent and immutability of data

One of the reasons why it is not possible to change blocks is because the blockchain extends through a widespread network of computers, which must approve all the changes that occur on this network.

All those who are part of the Scrypta Network have an identical copy of the register, and each change is made immediately in all available copies.This procedure is called “consensus” and it is considered one of the main advantages of blockchain in terms of security.

Use Cases

This simple example of writing a data into the blockchain can be rendered into multiple use cases and many sectors such as economic, productive and social. In fact, the ecosystem designed around Scrypta offers exceptional means of archiving, certification and verification that represent excellent tools for all companies and PAs wanting to start with the blockchain technological innovation.

Think of the health sector and the opportunity to store medical records on a database to quickly share patient medical data between hospitals. Or think of a production chain where customers can track production steps from the source to the end user simply scanning a label.

And think of Public Administration’s conservation of public records, the preservation of documents, digital identity and payment books, the taxes collection and the voting registries.

Blockchain use cases are infinite and they extend to all the functions that employ intermediaries and supervisory authorities, such as insurance companies, notarial deeds and sale of works of art.

In conclusion, the blockchain will revolutionize every aspect of our lives, ensuring a new and — until recently — unimaginable level of transparency and security.

Scrypta is ready to facilitate this process.

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