Tagion Node Governance 2.0

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.


The important thing here is that third-party service providers can easily exchange data.

Thank you Tagion for always putting the community ahead of all your plans. This is very crucial for holistic advancement, I guess this is not much different from the initial Proof of people.

That’s great. It is always good to notice the community gets involved with relevant changes to the project. I’m looking forward to the testing of this new Node Governance to see how a balance between these two new attributes will work out.

Tagion needs more time to work on this. I am seeing this and a better governance model when studied and implemented well.
It only needs time to get there. We are here fully supporting you.