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Kinglory uses modern cryptography, communications, distributed computing, and distributed storage technologies to support decentralized finance, social networking, e-commerce, search, and storage business applications. Like any software stack, the complete “Kinglory stack” will vary from project to project depending on your business goals. There are, however, core technologies of Kinglory that help provide a mental model for how software applications interact with their blockchain. Understanding the layers of the stack will help you understand the different ways that they can be integrated into software projects. Smart contracts are the executable programs that run on their blockchain. Smart contracts are written using specific programming languages that compile to KVM bytecode (low-level machine instructions called opcodes). Not only do smart contracts serve as open source libraries, they are essentially open API services that run 24/7 and can’t be taken down. Smart contracts provide public functions which applications (dapps) may interact with, without needing permission. Any application may integrate with deployed smart contracts to compose functionality (such as data feeds or decentralized exchanges). Anyone can deploy new smart contracts to them in order to add custom functionality to meet their application’s needs. Their nodes are computers running software – an Kinglory client. A client is an implementation of Kinglory that verifies all transactions in each block, keeping the network secure and the data accurate. Their nodes ARE the blockchain. They collectively store the state of their blockchain and reach consensus on transactions to mutate the blockchain state.