When you first sign up with Chainstack, an organization is automatically created for you and you become the admin user of this organization.
All subsequent users invited to the organization have non-admin roles.
A user is a user account invited to become a part of an organization.
All users invited to the organization have non-admin roles. Think of organization users as team collaborators.
A member is an organization invited to become a part of a consortium project.
A member can:
- Deploy nodes and networks in the project they are invited to.
- Access the project's nodes and network details.
A member cannot:
- Delete nodes and networks of other members.
- Access the private details of the networks and nodes deployed by other members, such as the default private keys, identities, and endpoints.
|Admin user||Non-admin user|
|Access all existing projects of the organization||✓||✓|
|Access all existing networks of the organization||✓||✓|
|Access all existing nodes of the organization||✓||✓|
|Access all existing identities of the organization||✓||✓|
|See all nodes and networks access and credentials of the organization||✓||✓|
|Create and delete public projects||✓||✓|
|Create and delete consortium projects||✓||✓|
|Deploy and delete networks in a project||✓||✓|
|Deploy and delete nodes in a project||✓||✓|
|Install and delete CorDapps||✓||✓|
|Add and delete identities||✓||✓|
|Invite new users to the organization||✓||X|
|Change organization name||✓||X|
|Change billing settings||✓||X|
See also Chainstack Docs: