Assume following are applicable w.r.t my private blockchain network requirements:
- My blockchain network needs tokens
- The transactions need not be totally private i.e. it's not an issue if the transactions of a user are seen by other users. But my network itself should be secure and private i.e. not available for public users unless they are registered.
- At some point, I might need to transfer the value of my private network tokens to a public network (communicating across two blockchain networks).
Would there be any issues using Ethereum as the tool of choice (instead of, say, Quorum) for this private network? As long as we have a mechanism to generate required ether/gas (probably through a faucet), I think Ethereum could be used to build a private blockchain.
Am I missing something?