Participation in the Accumulate network occurs through Accumulate Digital Identifiers (ADIs) and Lite Accounts, similar to how participation in other blockchains occurs through a wallet or address. ADIs, which were described previously in Use Cases and Technical Guides, give users access to the full range of features provided by the Accumulate network including smart contracts, offchain consensus building, and dynamic key management. Lite Accounts are a ‘lite’ version of ADIs that, despite their comparatively limited utility and flexibility, may appeal to users who simply want to send and receive tokens and maintain a record of their token accounts and transactions. Lite Accounts also fulfill several important roles, including ADI sponsorship, that will be discussed in the following sections. In this technical guide, we will expand on the utility of Lite Accounts and describe the process of their creation.