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Oversight Community participant criteria

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  • New participants
  • Remove participants (with options on what to do with the escrow)
  • Allocate Engagement Points
  • Sanction validators who are in breach of the Code of Conduct
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  1. Disclosure of identity is required, note this is not a formal KYC type process but sufficient information about a person needs disclosing.
  2. An interest in Tgrade. Prospective participants must express a reason why they want to join.
  3. Declare any potential conflicts of interest. This will be checked by the Oversight Community.
  4. Declare area of expertise and how they can contribute. This can be technical, legal, marketing etc.
  5. Commit to actively participating. Inactive participants will be removed from the Oversight Community and they may have their escrow slashed.
  6. There is a requirement to deposit 5,000 TGD as escrow in order to activate their participation.



The foundation of Tgrade is a robust, secure, fully decentralized platform that offers the ability for self-sovereign groups to form and interact with each other.

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Martin Worner

Growing Tgrade, a business focussed, public blockchain, which solves real world issues.