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Multi Chain Machine ID


At the crux of the blockchain evolution is the quest for interoperability, enabling various networks to communicate and interact. peaq's Multi-chain Machine ID system heralds a major step forward in this direction. The fundamental idea revolves around a unified address that facilitates seamless cross-platform navigation. At its core, peaq's system leverages a storage pallet to map and store key relationships between distinct blockchain addresses. This central Substrate address within the peaq network establishes correlations with addresses across a multitude of blockchain networks, thus cultivating a cohesive ecosystem that mirrors the broader trend of harmonizing distinct blockchain universes.

This comprehensive address mapping allows users to traverse varied platforms effortlessly, fostering an interconnected and efficient decentralized landscape. In essence, peaq's Multi-chain Machine ID system propels the blockchain space toward a future characterized by seamless integration and user-centric experiences.


The Cosmos ecosystem, adopting the Bech32 address format, establishes a linkage with peaq's SS58 Substrate-based address through the multi-chain ID system. By mapping these distinct addresses, machines within the Cosmos network can seamlessly interact with entities in the Polkadot ecosystem and vice versa.


Solana, characterized by its Base58-encoded string of a 256-bit ed25519 public key, also integrates harmoniously with peaq's multi-chain ID system. By establishing a connection with peaq's Substrate address, entities on Solana's network can engage in seamless cross-chain interactions.


Binance, employing BIP32 for its addresses, gets connected to the broader ecosystem through peaq's Multi-chain Machine ID system. Users with a Substrate-based address on peaq can have it ingeniously linked to their Binance addresses, allowing for smooth cross-platform navigation., known for its autonomous agents, integrates uniquely with peaq. The integration between peaq and leverages the latter's autonomous agents to facilitate cross-chain data exchanges. When a user creates a Machine ID on peaq specifically for, an autonomous agent is initiated within's Agentverse. This agent pings the peaq blockchain periodically, collecting data associated with the linked address. Thus, besides the general storage pallet, employs its agents for enhanced cross-chain communication, bringing machines from different ecosystems closer.