Standard Overview

Bitcoin SV Technical Standards programme provides a process, tooling, guidance and resources for industry participants who, in response to a perceived need, wish to come together to standardise some aspect of the utility of Bitcoin SV. The standard development process is split into three phases each made up of a number of activities. An overview of the standardisation process and details of activities for each stages are presented in these videos.

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TSC processes overview

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Stage 1: Submission

The submission phase of the standardisation process describes the activities undertaken from initially identifying a business need through to the formation of a working group that will drive the standard forwards to completion.

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Stage 2: Drafting and Review

The drafting and review phase of the standardisation process describes the activities undertaken from the successful formation of a working group through to completion of a final, reviewed draft.

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Stage 3: Standardisation

During the standardisation phase, the standard is published on the TSC website. A period of time is allowed for during which the TSC and the working group monitor adoption and implementations. This period of time is determined by the scale and scope of the standard. Once elapsed, the TSC make a final decision (through majority vote) on whether to promote the publication to recommended or to withdraw the standard due to lack of interest.

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