A decision protocol based on your trust network
Tinab is an open-particpation consensus built to reach an agreement with peers on ballots where every one is allowed to vote. It is based on trust
Tinab is the first decision tool that permits open ballots and is robust to fraudulent behaviours such as creating multiple accounts.
Unlike previous decision tools where ballots are supervised in an authoritarian way, that is the administrator can decide who should vote or not in the ballot; Tinab is based on a trust network and offers the possibility for everybody to participate to the ballots. This tool can be used in apllications such as testifying information or for taking collaborative action.
It is still in the development phase and will be ready in a couple of weeks.