What is the architecture behind this concept?

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If I will use a stream, what is the architecture behind this concept? System A deals with chain 1, and system B deals with chain 2. I think the concept looks like this: I have two systems. Each system contains several Multichain-Nodes (=machines). Each Multichain-Node provides a private blockchain. But where is the stream located? Each Multichain-Node have to provide the stream (like the private blockchain) or is the stream on another machine located (the stream exists only once)?

What is the right concept?
related to an answer for: Connect two chains
asked Jan 11, 2017 by Florian

1 Answer

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A stream's contents is part of the blockchain, which is stored in full by every node connected to that chain. Perhaps you want to explain on a higher level, in terms of application, what you are trying to achieve, and we can recommend the appropriate setup in terms of blockchains, nodes and streams.
answered Jan 12, 2017 by MultiChain
Data exchange between two private blockchains