Delegated Proof of Stake Blockchain Accumulate (ACME) Releases Governance Documentation – Crypto Briefing

Wealthlandnews July 8, 2022
Updated 2022/07/09 at 7:19 AM

Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) blockchain Accumulate has released its official governance documents. These detail the network’s constitution, its list of stakeholders, and the various rules and policies that govern both the protocol and the community. They also outline the primary role that the ACME token will play in the protocol’s development.
At a high level, Accumulate combines traditional and novel approaches to blockchain governance in order to achieve optimal decentralized decision-making while maintaining a solid vision and clear direction for the community and ecosystem.
Accumulate’s constitution is constructed on the belief that a space must be created where hundreds and even thousands of participants can participate in the validation of the protocol and where large groups of decentralized participants can interface with a world of many decentralized and centralized entities.
The core components of the constitution include the ACME token, workflows & committees, and stakeholders.
Other topics covered in Accumulate’s governance documentation include the role of committees, which are selected by stakers and validators to manage critical  workflows, and a definition of validator types. This latter category includes Node Validators for the Directory Validator Network and the Block Validator Networks (protocol), Data Server Validators, Staking Validators, NFT Validators, and ACME stakers.
A grant system is also addressed in the governance documentation, designed to support projects that wish to build on top of Accumulate and help expand the ecosystem.
The grant pool will initially be allocated 60 million ACME tokens and be funded annually by a certain amount of ACME tokens as determined by a Governance committee. Around 20% of unissued tokens will be dedicated to the grant pool once Accumulate migrates to Proof-of-Stake.
Ultimately, Accumulate’s governance process aims to combine the best processes observed in DAOs for coordinating community members while scaling decision-making by empowering stakeholders through committees and workflows to drive initiatives within their area of expertise.
The Accumulate Protocol  (“Accumulate”) is an identity-based, Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) blockchain designed to power the digital economy through interoperability with Layer 1 blockchains, integration with enterprise tech stacks, and interfacing with the World Wide Web. Accumulate bypasses the trilemma of security, scalability, and decentralization by implementing a chain-of-chains architecture in which digital identities with the ability to manage keys, tokens, data, and other identities are treated as their own independent blockchains. A two-token system provides predictable costs for enterprise users, while anchoring all transactions to Layer 1 blockchains provides enterprise-grade security to everyone.
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