If I have a token letting me act as
p2 , using which I exercise a choice where
p1 is the controller, is it recorded or observable via the ledger API that I acted as
A potential use case is a
employee situation. A
company issues to
employee a JWT with the ability to act as two parties; their personal (for example seeing tasks that the employee has to do) and the
company token so that they can do things on their behalf. Can the company then build some off-ledger solution that would record which employee did what. For example, was it Alice or Bob that purchased 100 staplers for the office?
I am aware that one could have explicit delegation contracts that would model this on the ledger.