links are also used to create a message thread against an object that was defined by a transaction id not by a signature as you can see below. Apertus can create threads in several ways. #Twitter like hash tags. (uses a translated public address with no known private key) Etchings using a signature, vault or profile. (uses an address with an owned private key) Using the link feature. (uses a series of backwards linking transaction id's)

MSG1

This is a link test. this image was archived earlier in 2016. a link brings old data into a new etching. this feature is nice for publishing updates to a website as only the updated file needs to be published with a link to the previous sight. we are currently researching a more github like functionality.

MSG2

#Chiharu #EyeContact #Fargo #ND

MSG3

ROOT ID
fbab004ccfe6b9b1a815879cfdac24ac31b659fd10bc8f6d4acac9b01cdcf488
PROFILES
embii

embii

mj9LRDi8ujuJGCsHQ4ySQuNdKwYwoE46Qg
SIGNED BY
mvo4KerMuYpgiDjJBJP9Cbv6zfNPiBn7z4
BLOCK DATE
10/12/2017 6:00 PM
VERSION
1
BLOCKCHAIN
BitcoinTestnet
ADDRESS FILE
Address.dat
COST
0.40480760
LINK FILE
LNK
report abuse
BUILD DATE
10/12/2017 6:04:24 PM
BUILD MACHINE
NONE1-PC
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