Although the blockchain technology has developed a level of transaction security by recording them in the public ledger to a fairly good level, nevertheless, no one modern cryptocurrency has a reliable mechanism on the chain that smoothly changes the settings that govern the development of the protocol and reward. As a result, the earliest production technology is empowered by the fact, concentrated development groups or miners to develop software options.
The Tezos company decided to take this problem seriously and provide its way out of their situation. Developers create stakeholder management principles for approving protocol updates, which are then redistribute to the network in an atomic mode. In this case, if the developer offers any update to the protocol, they can attach the invoice to be paid after the approval and inclusion of their update. Thus, the leadership fosters interest in improving the maintenance of the network. The payment for a well-done job occurs, of course, in Tezos tokens.