Logging data exchange transactions within the International Data Spaces
The Clearing House is a service for logging data exchange transactions within the International Data Spaces. Based on the interactions between data providers and consumers recorded by the Clearing House, billable data usage is forwarded for settlement and quid pro quo transactions between participants are offset. The Clearing House is a generic, cross-domain service that receives information about transactions, participants and references to any existing legal contracts, stores this information in an non-reputable, verifiable form, and makes it available to the participants.
This generic Clearing House service can be used as a back end to create logging services for concrete applications.