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Polkadot's Plan for Governing a Blockchain of Blockchains

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Author Rachel Rose O'Leary on Mar 22
Who has the authority to change a public blockchain? It's a question that has been in the minds of top cryptocurrency developers as the many available networks struggle to serve their diverse, often conflicting stakeholders. But that's not to say there aren't norms and best practices – the ability to make and enforce software changes is generally split between the developers that write the code and the computers, or nodes, that install it.
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Approaching Infinity: Governance & The Case for Experimentation Polkadot's Plan for Governing a Blockchain of Blockchains
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Author Brett Sun on Mar 22 Author Rachel Rose O'Leary on Mar 22
Blockstack Berlin 2018 Talk by Brett Sun Who has the authority to change a public blockchain? It's a question that has been in the minds of top cryptocurrency developers as the many available networks struggle to serve their diverse, often conflicting stakeholders. But that's not to say there aren't norms and best practices – the ability to make and enforce software changes is generally split between the developers that write the code and the computers, or nodes, that install it.
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