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Data Collaboration Proposals

Community-driven Data Collaboration Proposals
The "EIP"-like Web3 data collaboration infrastructure - Data Collaboration Proposals (DCPs) co-sponsored by KNN3 Network and POD, describes the standards for Web3 data collaboration, including data schema specifications, data sources/data structures for tracking and collecting data, and the data schema used to decode the structured result.
The primary purpose of creating the DCP is for the broad Web3 community to understand and collaborate on the integration of Web3 data schema. DCP is an efficient way to allow data providers/users to promote their data solutions through an explicit data schema specification, which allows data aggregators/mix dapps to easily integrate the data they produce. DCP labels mean that DCP creators are allowed to choose existing labels to indicate the functionality of the DCP, creators can also create their own labels.

DCP workflow

Parties involved in the process and responsibilities DCP authors A Web3er who wants to collaborate on a type of data schema standards to drive acknowledgment and composability. DCP revisors A group of data professionals & Web3 engineers who assist DCP authors to write DCP proposals into collaborative-friendly public readable documents.
DCP 1
DCP 2
DCP 3
DCP 4
DCP 5
DCP 6
DCP 7
Pigeon Envelope protocol is a Web3-native distributing protocol that allows Web3 dapp developers & business owners better engage and enable Web3 target users.
Ice-melting protocol is a Web3 protocol, which allows dapps to track the status of the task processing protocol.
DCP - 3 is the fundamental framework to construct Impossible Finance’s loyalty program.
DCP - 4 is part of the fundamental framework for constructing Quest3 on-chain quest ·system. In order to validate if a Web3 user is eligible to complete the ENS domain task, there is a minimum ENS domain holding threshold setup.
DCP-5 is part of the fundamental framework for constructing Quest3 on-chain quest system. In order to validate if a Web3 user holds blue-chip NFTs, there is a minimum NFT holding threshold setup.
DCP-6 is part of the fundamental framework for constructing Quest3 on-chain quest system. In order to validate if a Web3 user voting on Snapshot, there is a minimum voting times threshold setup.
DCP-7 is integrating Next.ID as DIDs into KNN3 relational database.