• UCHAIN Ecosystem
  • Introduction
    As the world's first sharing economic blockchain, UChain ecosystem is a peer-to-peer network made up of multiple roles, including users, application developers, enterprise servers, and node providers. These roles deliver value through UChain's distributed intelligence network. In essence, UChain is a multi-party shared network infrastructure that allows UChain users to interact with the community and build unique UChain values that make UChain a benign global ecosystem.
    UChain wants to become a global blockchain infrastructure in the shared economy, allowing resources to be used effectively and making users more willing to share resources. UChain's ecosystem has several main types of roles:
  • Introduction
    As the world's first sharing economic blockchain, UChain ecosystem is a peer-to-peer network made up of multiple roles, including users, application developers, enterprise servers, and node providers. These roles deliver value through UChain's distributed intelligence network. In essence, UChain is a multi-party shared network infrastructure that allows UChain users to interact with the community and build unique UChain values that make UChain a benign global ecosystem.
    UChain wants to become a global blockchain infrastructure in the shared economy, allowing resources to be used effectively and making users more willing to share resources. UChain's ecosystem has several main types of roles:
  • Corporate partners that provide service and operational capabilities for offline sharing ecosystems
  • Users of all consumer products in the UChain ecosystem
  • All Token holders and other community members in the UChain Ecology
  • Application developers who provides DAPP development for sharing ecology
  • A mining pool that provides distributed computing power for the main network - super node
Summary
All of the above are the indispensable components of UChain and are completely equal. From an ecological point of view, the above roles are nodes, and UChain is a distributed economic network with nodes interconnected. Each node plays a network synergy and value in the system, and promotes the continuous evolution of the UChain Network, which is a community stakeholder. UChain's nodes are mainly divided into three categories: super nodes (consensus nodes), city nodes, and application nodes. Please refer to the UChain Technical White Paper for information on the design implications, functions, rights and obligations, campaigns, and voting for these three types of nodes.