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Defining Modulated Trust

Modulated trust is a network intelligent feature that uses the context of the participants to facilitate the execution of interactions. Using modulated trust, participants can dynamically personalize the trust, value, compute, and storage needs of their specific interactions based on their unique network context.

With the help of the network context of participants and the type of interaction, for each interaction, the modulated trust engine creates a Dynamic Personalized Network (DPN) specifically for the unique needs of the interaction. DPN is enabled through the intelligent orchestration and creation of a dynamic cluster of nodes called Interaction Consensus Set (ICS) based on the compute, storage, and trust requirement of the interaction.

Through dynamic Context Locking of the ICS, modulated trust will provide a guarantee that a majority, if not all the nodes, associated with the accounts involved in the interaction are available for the execution and consensus and thereby maintaining network integrity