Total Digital Utility (TDU) is a collective measure of disparate behavior of actors in the KIP ecosystem involved across different types of interaction on multiple diApps. It offers a multi-dimensional value environment for all KIP users to leverage their respective interests and abilities to leverage services.
KIP supports big data persistence with an external storage realm KFS (Krama File System, an enhanced version of IPFS) that is capable of storing large volumes of various forms of data, yet maintaining the state changes of the data through cryptographic hashes.
KIP leverages PBFT Hardened RAFT with sentinel modifications to support abrupt changes in the network strength. This deterministic approach encourages businesses to adopt a minimalistic approach to obtain exponential scaling on cost-efficient hardware, thereby contributing to a greener world.
KIP adopts the modulated trust by leveraging TARA (Ternary Augmented RAFT Architecture) to achieve partial confirmations from nodes designated by the users(we call them as “fast followers”) as well as stakeholders from other regulatory authorities(we call them as “shadow followers”).
We understand businesses can’t drive on uncertainty. Hence, KIP introduces “Multi-Tier nodes” concept to ensure Txn finality & apt gas usage, thereby encouraging the enterprise in adopting KIP for predictable gas cost.