A Tilia account represents an end user in your application. End users with Tilia accounts in your application can perform transactions, such as buying or selling digital goods.

Registering a user creates a Tilia account with an account_ID to identify the user and their wallets for the currencies supported in your environment.

Shadow accounts

We assume that you, as a publisher, have an existing registration and user management system of your own. In that context, the Tilia accounts in your application act as shadow accounts.

With shadow accounts, your users don't access Tilia directly. Instead, you authenticate your users in your application and then use their Tilia account_ID to access Tilia resources.

Examples and tutorials

For examples of using user accounts, wallets, and transactions, visit our Tutorials.