In addition to tokens, the value that can be stored on the blockchain can also be a large number of non-token assets, such as an article, a picture, a map, or a certificate. Assets can be created by a user or an application. Once created, they can be used for transactions, usage, and other behaviors. What you do depends on the application.
The non-token asset in Forge is called
assetFor more information about assets, see Here。
Assets on the Forge chain also have their own DID, and the asset status holds the asset owner, creation time, modification time, and information contained in the asset. Forge CLI supports viewing asset status based on the DID of the asset:
forge asset zjdeSHvn5GJ1LgmwFxV6j4EQYjoxCos2eNPfAnd get the following results:
address: zjdeSHvn5GJ1LgmwFxV6j4EQYjoxCos2eNPf owner: z1ebSE3JjCJgqrrzSWzUhCFWFNb5hqNv8Sj moniker: asset readonly: false transferrable: true ttl: 0 issuer: z1QzSGHkSGsSJSZd2mBZvkKEqWjVU4vNwme parent: stake: totalStakes: 0 totalUnstakes: 0 totalReceivedStakes: 0 recentStakes: items: (empty array) typeUrl: fg:x:address maxItems: 128 circular: true fifo: false recentReceivedStakes: items: (empty array) typeUrl: fg:x:address maxItems: 128 circular: true fifo: false context: genesisTx: C9F822F1A29D0F996EEFA81CFB60273E8A4B5677876B9D20FAEC2D0528D23576 renaissanceTx: 67040ED84E312C8A7A6739FE7DB774CCE911595C83746A323E0CFB0015746A0E genesisTime: 2019-10-31T05:25:55.331Z renaissanceTime: 2019-10-31T05:26:00.397Z data: type: json value: key: value2