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JLINC
Technology

JLINC is a new ‘permissioned data’ layer on the Internet – a simple elegant way to create digitally signed agreements that govern the automated exchange of data between databases at separate domains. 

This provides ‘data-provenance’, a signed chain of custody for data where audit proof can be written to any database, ledger or blockchain.

Technology

JLINC stands for JSON-LD Link Contracts

* JSON-LD provides a graph data language to serialize data in contexts

* JLINC is signed with standard PKI (public-private key cryptography)

* Public key look-up can be performed on any combination of databases, distributed ledgers, or blockchains, specified by any of the parties

* Standard contracts can be hosted by 3rd parties at published URLs, where a hash of the contract is contained in the URL

* A signed hash of each data exchange transaction is recorded on all of the databases, logs, ledgers, or blockchains, specified by any of the parties

A cryptographically signed chain of custody and contractual agreement provides "data provenance" that can be used to support a wide range of data exchange on the Internet, from shared PII, to B2B contracts, to IoT, FinTech, medical, news, content and distributed social.

Data Exchange Contracts

JLINC automates cryptographically signed 'data exchange contracts'

* JLINC can automate existing contracts under existing law

* In case of a dispute, a judge can read the contract, and decide the case

* If there is an error in the code, the code can be corrected

* Vastly reduced risk in case of a hack, exploit, or simple error

* Safe, secure method for cryptographically signing online agreements

* The missing 'middleware' in many blockchain stacks

This actually solves a whole set of problems that many expected blockchain to solve,
except that it doesn’t – by itself

JLINC provides 3rd party permissioning of data across multi-party chains

The standard, universal, developer-friendly, inter-operable 'off-chain solution'

Developers

JLINC allows simple, verifiable, permission-based exchange. It creates a new “consent management layer” on the Internet where human and machine-readable info sharing agreements set terms for data use after transfer.

The core system consists of several API servers and their backend datastores, and an array of use case specific front-end applications, mainly javascript SPAs and mobile and desktop apps.

If you are a developer with javascript or go and/or dev-ops experience, and are interested in working with a very agile company that is out to change the paradigm, introduce yourself to us via “dev at jlinclabs.com”. Especially include pointers to any public repo code that you have contributed to and would like us to see.

The API documentation is available here: https://jlinclabs.github.io/apidocs/