Factom Solutions

Factom™ blockchain technology can be adapted to almost any organization.

Factom™ technology is leading the world in applying blockchain solutions to Enterprise, Government and Non-Profit systems. The Factom™ data layer provides active solutions for compliance, identity, transparent assets, and securities. With the Factom™ data layer, our solutions can sustainably scale and be customized to the needs of all sized businesses at a low cost. With the ability to anchor into a secure, decentralized network, your data has never be more secure.

Using Factom™ data-layer solutions will save your company time and money on auditing tasks that can keep your people from focusing on customers and big picture initiatives. Factom™ technology is also architected to integrate seamlessly with legacy systems so companies can apply a blockchain backend to secure almost any system.


Factom Acolyte

Smart contracts need outside data to work. They need an "Oracle" to tell them what has happened. This information allows them to perform their "contract." Oracles, on the other hand, need a way to share this real world knowledge.

Factom Acolyte allows users to build Oracles for smart contracts and convey the questions that smart contracts pose. 

How does Factom Acolyte work? 

  1. A Questioner posts a Question entry to a watched Chain.
  2. One or more Oracles post a bid for the answer along with a payment method.
  3. The Questioner determines which Oracle to use and pays them.
  4. The paid Oracle posts a receipt for the answer
  5. The Oracle posts a reputation entry into the Questioner’s Identity Management chain
  6. The paid Oracle posts the Answer
  7. The Questioner enters a reputation entry into the Identities management chain. (This functionality will be built in the future.)

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