RFC documents in this section are not part of the Tari specification, and for this reason are not placed in the preceding sections. However, they describe useful applications of the Tari protocol that may be built on top of the core technology.

RFCs in this section will remain in draft status until they are implemented in some fashion in a wallet, standalone application, or in the RPC protocols, at which point they can be marked as stable.

If the underlying protocol changes to the point that an application is no longer implementable in its current state, it must be updated to outdated or else deprecated and moved to the Deprecated RFCs chapter.