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Technical DIP Template


DIP#: to be assigned by DIP Editor

Title: DIP title

Author(s): Name of the DGC Member submitting the DIP

Domain: Network & Protocol | Governance | Money Markets | Metaverse | Products & Services

Type: template

Status: Assigned by DIP Facilitator

Date Proposed: yyyy-mm-dd

Date Ratified: yyyy-mm-dd

Dependencies: List of any existing dependent DIPs

Replaces: List of DIP it is replacing if any

License: to be added by DIP Author

Notes: ---


  • A list of supporting materials referenced by this DIP.

Sentence Summary

  • A description of what the Dijets Improvement Proposal (DIP) is focused on. Suggest 30 words max.

Paragraph Summary

  • A description of what the Dijets Improvement Proposal (DIP) is focused on. Suggest 100 words max.

Component Summary

  • A description of the purpose of each component in the DIP. Suggest 30 words max per component.


  • A short description of the motivation behind the proposed technical solution.


The details of the proposed technical solution. The specification should be detailed enough to allow an implementation team to begin development as well as testing. The specification for technical DIPs must include the following components:

Proposed Code

  • The final code that can be used directly in the mandate vote to accept or reject the DIP.

Test Cases

  • For the implementation or testing of the proposed code

Security Considerations

  • The purpose of this section is to proactively document any security-relevant design information, decisions, potential failure modes, implementation details, and the relevant discussions related to the proposed change(s). This section helps to optimise the DIP process by providing proactive guidance on security considerations when proposing a change that will affect the Dijets Protocol.
  • Backwards compatibility


Security specific implications/considerations include security-relevant design decisions, concerns, implementation-specific guidance and pitfalls, drawbacks, an outline of threats and risks and how they are being addressed, etc.