"Aragon" TAG

Considerations for Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Enterprise Blockchain Networks
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A key tenet of cryptoeconomic design is to avoid relying on the subjective judgment of a central authority for consensus, and, instead, reach consensus regarding transactions in an automated and prescribed manner. However, as occurs in all networks, transactional disputes between counterparties nonetheless arise periodically, necessitating mechanisms and procedures for their resolution, which are not...
Optimistic Execution’ of Off-chain Voting
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Aragon, a DAO infrastructure and subjective oracle provider, recently proposed a new method for off-chain voting with on-chain execution, dubbed ‘optimistic execution.’ The method is intended to address both on-chain voting’s high execution costs (as Aragon observes, on-chain voting on Ethereum can cost up to $30 to cast a vote) and the counterparty risks present in current...
Trends in DAOs
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While the events of 2016 initially deflated many in the cryptoasset industry’s aspirations for DAO-like structures, the industry saw a resurgence of DAOs starting in late 2018, with 2019 referred to as the ‘Year of the DAO’ by some. Broadly speaking, DAOs attempt to manage resources in a decentralized structure, aiming to offer improved organizational...
Aragon
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Aragon is a platform for creating and managing decentralized organizations, whose Aragon Court protocol provides a mechanism for resolving subjective disputes. Overview Aragon is a platform for creating and managing decentralized organizations, whose Aragon Court protocol provides a mechanism for resolving subjective disputes. At a high level, Aragon provides projects tools for self-organization, whether that...