Encryption methods in Multichain

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Hello everybody,

I have Multichain installed and I want to install an (end-to-end) encryption method.
For example, with SHA-256 or AES-256.
Is this generally possible?
Do you need an intermediate tool or API for this?
And is an encryption standard or method sufficient or does one need a combination of several different methods?
There may also be an open source download tool that can be customized and integrated into multichain. Does anyone know something about this?

Thanks in advance for your answers.
asked Jun 12 by M.Maier

1 Answer

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I assume you mean you want to encrypt the data that is embedded in the blockchain? If so you can use any algorithm you would like, since MultiChain allows binary data to be embedded in streams. Here is a detailed workthrough of how to do this:

https://www.multichain.com/developers/stream-confidentiality/
answered Jun 13 by MultiChain
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