Permissions refer to the rights and privileges granted to different participants or organizations on the network. These permissions define what actions can be performed on the assets that are present on the blockchain network. These actions can include creating, updating, viewing, and deleting assets.

For example, let's consider an asset type "Product". In this case, permissions can be set for each organization involved in the network, defining what actions they can perform on the product asset. The manufacturer can be given permission to create the product asset, while the logistic partner can be given permission to update and view the asset. However, the manufacturer may not have permission to update the asset.

By setting permissions, access to sensitive or confidential data can be restricted, ensuring that only authorized organizations or participants can perform certain actions. This can help to prevent unauthorized modifications or deletions of data, ensuring integrity and security. Additionally, permission settings can be updated or modified as needed to accommodate changes in the network or to meet new business requirements.

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