Frequently asked questions
To publish data on the blockchain, we have to pay fees to the verifying transaction processors. Any transaction has a size, and the minimum size is 200 bytes which will be the price of sending a payment. Adding data, files or scripts to transactions will increase its size, thus its fees.
If your solution requires large quantities of transactions or size, please reach out for custom pricing.
We only support the original blockchain protocol Bitcoin. The most business value lies in a single shared global ledger, and having multiple ledgers is like having multiple intranets in the early internet days. Yes, you can connect multiple intranets, but why would you if it's not needed? It will only add bloat and additional points of failure.
mintBlue's infrastructure uses the original Bitcoin protocol envisioned by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008. This is not the speculative technology BTC, but an economic consensus protocol that allows for unbounded scaling, on-chain storage, micropayments, smart contracts and more. This is the single shared global ledger that we need to combat fraud, establish trust and give sovereignty back to the subject.
We do not expose our users to the hassle of handling the underlying blockchain token (BSV), usage is billed in fiat per month.