Tagion Node Governance Updates:
The team is working on the new governance model.
After a good community discussion, we have moved from a Proof of People protocol to one that uses two basic sets of scoring attributes: stateful and stateless attributes.
Theis explained that Tagion has a stateful attribute, which is based on a social community score derived from the age of a trust claim and taking into account the spread/distribution of the grouping of an account’s trust claims. We call it community score for short.
We say that community score is stateful, because it is something that has a state; it is built over time. On the other hand, stateless attributes are like a proof of burn concept, like burning energy in Bitcoin. These attributes would need to be balanced, which requires testing.
Tagion uses a two-pronged approach to proof, so that third-party service providers can easily exchange data with each other to make sure the user owns the data. It is a DRMS built on the name-record.