Every organization runs numerous business processes, which can define the rules of a workflow, visualized as a flowchart or BPMN diagram. With LTO, a workflow is expressed as a deterministic extended Finite State Machine (FSM). Blockchain enables organizations to run these workflows in a decentralized way, enabling each party to participate using their own nodes. Collaborating parties can share information on-chain or off-chain, such as documents, linked data or (interactive) zero knowledge-proofs. These decentralized workflows are called Live Contracts. Similar to Smart Contracts, Live Contracts provide a dynamic method for defining logic on the blockchain. However, the purpose of a Live Contract is not to just determine state, but to actively instruct humans and computers about steps in a workflow.