What goes on-chain
What does NOT go on-chain
The Dock Blockchain uses Web3 Foundation’s GRANDPA (GHOST-based Recursive Ancestor Deriving Prefix Agreement).
Entities who run a full node on the Dock network and are in charge of producing and finalizing blocks. Up to 50 validators participate concurrently, maintaining the integrity of the network, based on the amount of DOCK tokens staked.
Staking tokens on the Dock Network helps to secure the network and provides rewards to token holders who participate.
Invited to vote on changes to the network including network functionality, actors in the network, reward and slashing rules, and Treasury spending.
A group of individuals who are elected using Dock's open governance to make and implement proposals by controlling which (source code) upgrades are allowed on the network
The TC can fast track on-chain governance proposals made by the Council.