INVARCH WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS

  • What is happening In the InvArch ecosystem
  • • Changes that might affect the previous protocol operations
  • • Upcoming community activities
  • • Breakdown of previous financial endeavours
  • • Partnership and collaborations
  • InvArch Technology Updates
  • For this week, this section would be explaining the the names and terminology used within the InvArch tech stack. IP Files, IP Sets, IP Tokens, IP Modules, and the InvArch Validation Standard.
  • Intellectual Property Files (IPFs): Intellectual properties stored as non-fungible & authenticated files. These were originally called IP Tokens; however, this change has been made to reflect a more fitting description of the data being minted. Also Intellectual property files are indexed against each other to avoid plagiarism.
  • Intellectual Property Sets: This us a collection of intellectual property sets stored together.
  • Intellectual Property Tokens: Initially in this text, we referred IP Tokens as IP Files.
  • Intellectual Property Modules (IPMs): A series of custom & interdependent Substrate Pallets that provide IP functionality to integrated Parachains. This is a fairly new term to become familiar with.
  • InvArch Validation Standard (IVS): A cross-chain standard for IP tokenization, ownership, utility, and authentication. IVS can be viewed as an L0 standard for verifying & protecting the uniqueness of all digital assets throughout web 3.0.

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