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Channel on Spydra is a private “subnet” of communication between two or more specific network members. Each channel is defined by member organizations, shared ledgers, chaincode applications, ordering services, and anchor peers. Private or confidential transactions can be carried out within the channel among members.
With Spydra, your deployed Network comes with a default channel, and all organizations part of the network will automatically be part of the default channel. Additionally, Spydra also provides you the option to add new channels to the network with custom memberships.
The list of channels can be viewed under the Channel section of the respective network. You can view the default channel and all the custom channels here. Channel details such as channel name, admin organization, membership count, node count, and channel active status are listed for each channel.
- Navigate to the Network and click on Channels in the side menu
- You will be able to see all the channels on that Network
- Select a Channel to see details of that Channel