So... Smart Filters!

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Once a smart filter (transaction-filter) is approved, is it applied to all transactions on that blockchain from that block onwards?

Please define a callback in layman's terms.

Can one smart filter reference another?

asked Sep 13, 2018 by alexb

1 Answer

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If a transaction filter is approved (to the necessary level of consensus) in a blockchain transaction, then any subsequent transaction in the chain must pass that filter, until (optionally) the filter is disapproved.

A callback is just a way for Smart Filter code to make a request to MultiChain, in order to get the information it needs.

For now one filter cannot reference another, or share code with another. Or at least not yet...
answered Sep 14, 2018 by MultiChain