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It is not necessary to provide personal information to create an account on the blockchain. Therefore, we do not collect users' personal information. Additionally, we do not request any personal information when using wallets, making crypto asset transfers, or custom data transfers. To create an address on the Pirichain blockchain, users can simply choose their preferred "language" parameter or send it through an endpoint. This information is sufficient to create an address/wallet on the blockchain.
Pirichain does not request any personal information from its users such as name, surname, identification information, gender, age, or any other personal data. Therefore, no data belonging to users is stored on Pirichain or transferred to any other application or layer.
The account information generated using the Elliptic-Curve algorithm is only provided to the user instantly and is not stored in any database or file. A Pirichain address consists of the following information:
- Public Address: It is a public address information consisting of 43 characters, starting with "PRTM" and composed of numerical and alphanumeric characters.
- Public Key: It is a public address information consisting of 132 characters, composed of hexadecimal characters.
- Words: It is a critical key information for account security, consisting of 24 different words, shown to the user only at the time of account creation, not stored within the blockchain.
- Private Key: It is the private key information of the account and is provided to the user only at the time of wallet creation, and not stored within the blockchain.
No user data is stored on the blockchain. Users can store data on a node used to verify the accuracy of transactions on the blockchain, but this data should not contain personal information. Therefore, any data that users want to record on the blockchain is encrypted with their private keys.
The user data on the blockchain is not shared with any third parties under any circumstances.
The data on the blockchain is protected by Elliptic-Curve encryption technology. Since the two key information, such as the 'Words' or 'Private Key' of users' accounts, are not stored on the blockchain, there is no risk of someone hacking the blockchain password or creating a security vulnerability.
Users are advised to store the 24-word information given to them during account creation in a secure place where no one can access it, and if necessary, in written form. This information cannot be changed later, and if it is stolen or falls into someone else's hands, all other information and crypto assets associated with the account may be accessible.
Pirichain does not store these two important pieces of information on any server or database.
For accounts created on Pirichain Explorer (web browser) or Piri Wallet, the Private Key information will be protected with a password chosen by the user. On Android and IOS devices, encryption is done according to device security policies and encryption infrastructure, and on web browsers, protection is provided with AES/RSA encryption technique.
In conclusion, our blockchain takes all necessary measures to protect the privacy of user data. Users can use the blockchain comfortably, knowing that their personal information is safe when making transactions on the blockchain.
Last modified 8mo ago