Active PAR

P2146.2

Standard for External Data Retrieval of Blockchain for Risk Mutual Assistance Model

This standard defines the requirements for multiple aspects of external data retrieval of Blockchain for Risk Mutual Assistance Model (RMAM), such as external data format definition, data request definition, data retrieval methods, Oracle contract and consensus mechanism. The standard will describe how to retrieve external data and screen out the appropriate data to smart contracts based in the Blockchain for RMAM. The retrieved data can trigger the actions of the smart contracts to drive RMAM work.

Standards Committee
CTS/BSC - Blockchain Standards Committee
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2020-02-13

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Consumer Technology Society
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Standards Committee
CTS/BSC - Blockchain Standards Committee
Working Group
MAWG - Mutual Assistance Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Soo Kim
Contact
Working Group Chair
Daozhuang Lin

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P2146.1

Standard for Entity-Based Risk Mutual Assistance Model through Blockchain Technology

This standard defines multiple aspects of the entity-based risk mutual assistance model (RMAM) through blockchain technology, including the interested entities involved, the relationship between entities, the general architecture, RMAM nodes, data sources and digital assets. It builds a model to help the users to credibly and reliably initiate, execute and settle a whole life-cycle mutual assistance plan with possible compensation through blockchain technology.

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