All subnets in Auxledger ecosystem are directly or indirectly being regulated by the Auxnet core protocols for subnets governance. This is done to ensure that at any given point, data trust and integrity can be secured. For a node to deploy subnet it needs to follow the below pointers and requirements:
- A participating node must hold a sufficient number of AuxChips for a successful operation of subnet. The total number of AuxChips required is dependent upon the number of nodes in operation in the deployed subnet or any network that has been tiered upon the Auxnet connecting subnet. The lack in number of AuxChips will result in connection loss by the participating nodes on the tiered network.
- The Auxnet participating nodes (or subnet admin nodes) must broadcast checkpoint information, including network health and status in encrypted format to the public blockchain network. The participating node is also responsible for collecting the checkpoint data of all the networks that maybe tiered upon the subnet and broadcast their bundled data to the Auxnet public network.
- Depending upon the size of the subnet (including the size of tiered networks on top of the subnet) the network must nominate more numbers of participating nodes to ensure a sufficient level of decentralization is always maintained in the network.