NAGA: multi-blockchain based decentralized platform architecture for cryptocurrency payment

Dendej Sawarnkatat, Sucha Smanchat


Paying for electronic commerce products with cryptocurrencies is an increasingly popular method. However, the situations where a seller expects one specific cryptocurrency as a payment while a buyer only possesses another, inevitably create inconvenience to the buyer, which may lead to cancellation of purchase. In this paper, we propose a light-weighted software architecture of a payment system called NAGA platform that works with a number of crypto blockchain networks to support cross-cryptocurrency payments where buyers can pay in one currency, and the seller automatically receives another of his/her choice. This minimizes the complexity and inconvenience of the buyer, leading to an increase in sales and revenues of the electronic commerce system. With the built-in crypto exchange, crosscryptocurrency payment can be processed with real-time exchange rates that enables both buyers and sellers to receive cryptocurrency of their preferred choices.


Blockchain; Cross-cryptocurrency; Cryptocurrency; Decentralized finance; Multi-blockchain; Smart contract;

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
p-ISSN 2088-8708, e-ISSN 2722-2578

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