Consensus is a fundamental process in a decentralized network that enables participants to reach agreement on decisions within the network.

In a decentralized approach, decision-making power is distributed among the network participants to enhance security and integrity. It ensures that the decisions made by the network are reliable and trustworthy, unlike centralized systems that are susceptible to attacks and manipulation.

To make any decision within the network, consensus must be achieved. This is accomplished when the majority of network participants (at least two-thirds of all network nodes) agree on a particular event or action. Each decision made during a workflow also undergoes the consensus mechanism before execution.

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