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What is f(x)Core

f(x)Core is the name of the Cosmos SDK application for FunctionX.
About the FunctionX Core: The FunctionX Core also known as a Hub is the first Core to be launched on the FunctionX Network. The role of a Core is to facilitate transfers between blockchains. If a blockchain connects to a Core via inter blockchain communication (IBC), it automatically gains access to all the other blockchains that are connected to that Core. The FunctionX Core is a public Proof-of-Stake chain. It's native coin is the FX.
  • fxcored: The f(x)Core Daemon and command-line interface (CLI) runs a full-node of the fxcored application.
f(x)Core is built on the Cosmos SDK using the following modules:
  • x/auth: Accounts and signatures.
  • x/bank: Token transfers.
  • x/staking: Staking logic.
  • x/mint: Inflation logic.
  • x/distribution: Fee distribution logic.
  • x/slashing: Slashing logic.
  • x/gov: Governance logic.
  • ibc-go/modules: Inter-blockchain communication. Hosted in the cosmos/ibc-go repository.
  • x/params: Handles app-level parameters.
  • x/freegrant: Free grant logic.
  • x/authz: Authorization logic.
  • x/freemarket: Free market logic.
  • x/evm: Enable Ethereum Virtual Machine compatibility.
  • x/erc20: Enable ERC20 token standards.
  • x/migrate: Allows migration of address to new address scheme.
Next, learn how to install f(x)Core.