Member Branching

Members of Allodium are afforded with an abundance of Appreciation Tokens (@), with the support of Cooperative members, with access to the Allodium Exchange, and with access to the network of allodia within Allodium, starting with our first Allodial Foundation (∆), OG Found∆ion.

Members’ freedom and rights are secured by the consensus Affirmation of Truth, Rights & Responsibility, and by the jurisdiction upheld by the Sovereign Cooperative.

The growth of Allodium is governed by a Branching Model in which members who have re-invested their appreciation back into the Cooperative are able to branch to additional members.

The Branching Model for Allodium governs the growth of the Cooperative. Each member has a branching # which represents how many other members they can sponsor. Affirmed Sovereign Members with OG Creds (Ø) are staked directly to OG Foundation, don’t need a sponsor, and their branching # increases by one for each Ø they hold. Other members, including those who haven’t acceded to the Affirmation as well as Affirmed Sovereign Members who don’t has Ø, are branched off of a member that have Ø. Members without Ø have a branching # which is 10% of the branching # of their sponsor, rounded down to the integer. Members who are unsponsored become ‘dangling branches’, their account is frozen and they have a 1-year period to find a sponsor before their account is deleted and their @ are returned to OG∆ Reserve.

Any individual who wishes to join Allodium can do so, once sponsored by an existing member with an available branch, and once the individual seeking to join provides a public name/pseudonym for their Allodium Exchange account. The day that this is provided, they will generate their first Appreciation Token.

Any member who wishes to become an Affirmed Sovereign Member can do so by acceding to the Affirmation of Truth, Rights, and Responsibility. Once done, the Affirmed Sovereign Member is responsible for upholding the Affirmation, is eligible to exchange @ for OG Cred(s), is eligible to be a juror in judicial proceedings, and has a stake in Allodium.