Will my network be private?

Institutional Blockchains are generally permissioned, utilizing specific pre-compiles and architecture to enable customizable controls. From a privacy perspective, this means that blockchain transaction data is made visible only to the specific Subnet validators. For more granular transaction-level privacy, there are several options that can be additionally implemented (e.g., data encryption options, homomorphic encryption, the use of multiple permissioned Subnets, etc.); to learn more, please contact avastudios@avalabs.org


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