Structures and phases
One of the fundamental aspects of enterprise blockchain governance is the structures and phases. These are the designs enacted on the blockchain. The stages also incorporate the fact the blockchain design changes, and they need to cater to the mechanisms through which the changes are adopted on a blockchain (Gaur et al, 2018). The structures and phases include the codebases that contain the significant specifications on the protocols, including block size, mining difficulty, transactional fees, and other similar critical factors. The governance includes the decisions making process that leads to the protocols and the alteration of the codes.
Blockchain is a chain of blocks, and each of the blocks contains data value without any central supervision. The value is secured cryptographically and immutable. Blockchain has two critical data structures, which are pointers and Linked lists. The pointers are the variables in programming which are used to store the address of other variables. Instead of storing value, they store addresses of the other variables.
On the other hand, there are Linked lists, which are the most important items in the data structures. It is the sequence of blocks with each of the blocks lined to the next block. The pointer in each of the blocks contains the address of the next block. They make blockchain amazingly reliable and trailblazing in comparison to the traditional application environment.