Secure External Portals

The TNSR Systems LLC smart contract cluster is designed to enhance the company’s visibility to investors for trading TNSR cryptosecurities (and the SEC!)  and to harden the system for the eventual hack attack. In order to make the system durable, the smart contracts are configured so that they are limited in the payees they can address. Because this is fixed and constant at the time of the smart contract instantiation, a hacker is severely constrained in their ability to redirect funds.  We will not restrict anyone eager to make deposits!

The first thing to consider is the Accounts Payable interface and the Cryptocurrency bridge to normal fiat currency.  These two places are the only junctiures with the world off the Ethereum blockchain, so they are created first.

The cryptocurrency exchange is the place where crypto becomes fiat dollars, or something else.  It also works in reverse making crypto from dollars or scores of other currencies.  We chose to note it as Coinbase here to give you a starting point inside a confusing field.

The AP Batches smart contract is actually the books of the corporation.  All public companies are required by the SEC to disclose information in an ongoing basis.  Financial information is the core, but not the only part, of those regulations.

The SEC Form 10-Q includes unaudited financial statements, the same thing available here, for a continuing view of the company’s financial position.  Unlike the Form 10-Q which is a quarterly update, the financial results of TNSR Systems will be available continually throughout the year.

Significantly, the Accounts Payable batches are used to drive payments for the corporation with cryptocurrency, provide a sanity check on any payments, and pay the vendors.