AIP 13: Public non-ADM wallet addresses Source

Author Aleksei Lebedev
Status Accepted
Type Standards
Category ARC
Created 2019-02-20
Requires 3

Storing public non-ADM wallet addresses in the ADAMANT blockchain.

Simple Summary

Define a way to store non-ADM wallet addresses (i.e. Ether, DOGE) in the blockchain.


Transferring tokens in chats is one of essential ADAMANT features. It allows to send different external (non-ADM) tokens to interlocutors without specifying any token addresses. To make storing and sending tokens secure, only user has control over private keys for these tokens. See ADAMANT Messenger: Secure ETH Transfers for details.

In-chat payments are possible due to public wallet addresses stored in blockchain. Any client app can fetch user’s wallet address and use it to send tokens in its own blockchain. E.g., to send Ethers to ADAMANT user U11977883563659338220 in chat, client app can fetch public record with ETH address of U11977883563659338220, and send correspondent transaction to Ethereum network.


Public wallet addresses are stored as JSON objects in the ADAMANT KVS as described in the AIP-3. This objects must be public and passed as value with key like ticker:address.


  "transaction": {
    "type": 9,
    "amount": 0,
    "senderId": "U11977883563659338220",
    "senderPublicKey": "d2cbc26c2ef6...",
    "asset": {
      "state": {
        "key": "eth:address",
        "value": "0xf4a2d5997eb0575b7ad7c10b0b178524c336f9e9",
        "type": 0
    "timestamp": 45603372,
    "signature": "86cbe525042bf83802..."

This transaction write public Ether address for U11977883563659338220.

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