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What is Findora?

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Findora is a public, decentralized, multi-purpose transactional system, with tools for people and financial applications to operate over a ledger in a publicly-auditable, yet confidential way. The system hosts transactions, assets, and programmable contracts that can be proven compliant, without compromising on privacy.

 

Findora is deployed and operated by a decentralized network of operators similar to the Bitcoin or Ethereum network while it supports side-ledgers run by a variety of interoperable networks. For instance, the side-ledgers can be used by a traditional bank to replace the infrastructure they currently run on or deployed in the cloud. It is a platform for issuing assets of any nature, including cryptocurrency. Findora’s mission is to address the challenges necessary to support this broad class of assets and diverse financial use cases. One of the primary challenges is providing confidentiality while retaining the transparency and public accessibility of other blockchain-based systems. Achieving this privacy-preserving transparency is Findora’s major focus and product differentiation.

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