This section describes how a consortium of trusted Members governs an existing CCF network. It explains how members can submit proposals to CCF and how these proposals are accepted based on the rules defined in the Constitution.

Before creating a new CCF network, the identity of the initial member(s) of the consortium must be generated. See Generating Member Keys and Certificates.

Governance in CCF is implemented as a scriptable constitution.

Governance changes are submitted to a network as Proposals, and put to a vote from members.

Opening a freshly created network to user activity is a proposal.

Frequently used member operations.

Adding a new member to the consortium.

Storing member keys in HSM.

OpenAPI schema for member RPC API.