Blockchain Dispute Resolution & Governance Protocol
•Private Sale •Product Design and Development •Community Building
•Test SDK/API •Protocol Launch •Oracle Services/Smart Contract Deployment •Juror Community Building
•MVP Client Launch •Partner Integration
•Mobile Client Launch •Business Development
Blockchain Security should have two different layers: Technology and
Governance. So far, we have only focused on information technology
security, like ‘anti-hacking’ or ‘code review.’ But Blockchain
Governance is just as (if not more) important because every user needs
it from time to time. OATH Protocol encourages users from different
communities to join us and becomes part of our OATH Jury to help with
chain governance and dApp dispute resolution.
Extensions and Layer 2
OATH provides an interface for smart contract programming languages. All smart contracts written through the OATH interface are automatically secured by OATH’s smart arbitration plan. OATH also provides a layer 2 library for easy dApp integration and dispute resolution via OATH protocol.
Interaction with OATH
OATH will deploy Oracle services to public chains. The Oracle service
will be used to communicate between the Smart contract using the OATH
Protocol and the OATH platform. External monitoring services will
capture and execute the query events broadcast by the OATH Oracle. The
arbitration results will be sent back to the smart contract by a
OATH Ledger and IPFS
OATH Blocks have 2 sets of data: case information and evidence files.
Case information will have smart contract content, arbitration setups,
selected jury, vote, and arbitration results. That information will be
encrypted and saved on the block. Evidence files will be saved in the
IPFS system. We will have the hash key for the files saved on the block.
OATH encrypts the jurors identities, so that their decision is objective
and free from external influence. It uses a “categorized random
algorithm” for selecting a jury group that’s free from bias, and
“relational attributes” to prevent jurors from colluding. It creates a
fair, justified, and transparent system. All the jurors will vote
independently based on the evidence, testimony, and smart contract
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