Since smart contracts
are created in the Turing-complete language, a restriction on the consumed computing power is required. Our platform implements the standard mechanism for charging for the computing power necessary to execute a smart contract.
The cost of the smart contract is determined as follows: defining computational complexity of this smart contract with a special gas price calculator. At the same time, the Consilium
, guided by its own rules, can set a multiplying factor (contract Multiplier) for the cost of contract execution by its nodes