Frequently Asked Questions
Context is an Semantic decentralized data storage protocol that aims to create a common language for data, making it easily understandable and usable across all applications. It includes Universal Name Registry, Schemas and SmartDocs to provide a collaborative and decentralized approach to data interoperability and portability.
SmartDocs (Smart Documents) are designed to hold public data, including metadata and structured data. They are not designed for storing images, audio, or video files.
A schema is a set of rules that defines how data is structured and how it should be stored in a database. It provides a blueprint for organizing and describing data elements, attributes, and the relationships between them. A schema can be used to define the data types, constraints, default values, and other rules that should be followed when creating and managing a database.
The Universal Name Registry or UNS, is the reference point for the schemas and SmartDocs on the Context platform, allowing for easy access and organization of the data. It helps to ensure that data is standardized and easily accessible for all builders.
Context is unique in its focus on data interoperability and portability. By providing standardized schemas and a decentralized approach to data management, it makes it easier for builders to seamlessly integrate data from different sources and build innovative projects.
There are several ways to get involved in Context, collaborating on creating a SmartDocs, or building a Front-end with Context technology. You can contact us through our website or group of Telegram to learn more about Context.
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