If the alternative (private) blockchain is based on the Bitcoin source
code (e.g. Namecoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Sidechain Elements/Alpha) then
it is practical. You should look at the libdohj project if your project
will be Bitcoin-based and you want to use bitcoinj:


On 9/16/16 8:27 AM, Fabio wrote:
> Hi, I was wondering if it would be practical to use bitcoinj to implement a 
> private block chain that doesn't store bitcoins but other kind of 
> informations.
> Regards, Fabio

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