Or can be used on any supported multiple ledger blockchain networks:
The Ethereum Network ( 31974 nodes, Ref: https://www.ethernodes.org/network/1)
The Ethereum Classic Network (8 nodes, Ref: http://etcstats.net/)
The key manager is used in the context of non programmable blockchains Networks like, for instance, Bitcoin.
These type of blockchains are less flexible than programmable ones. This is because the total amount of a
transaction can originate from several adresses in the Bitcoin blockchain. Because of this, the origin is hard to
decipher. This is why the destination address can, through a Hierarchical Deterministic Wallet
set a key specific to a particular transaction and, hence, facilitate the origin of a transaction.
Finally, another important part of the trio is the event manager providing information about the different events
occuring in the blockchain, more particularly the transaction confirmation events.