First I should say that this is about maintaining the list of layer-2 VLANs, so IP addresses don't come into it (except as an indicator who did the last update).
You can have as many servers as you want on the domain and they are all synchronised, as are the clients. You can update the VLAN list of the domain on any client. It works on "Configuration Revision". All the servers and clients have the same VLAN list, and the same "Configuration Revision" level. If you modify the VLAN list on one server, its Config Revision goes up. The other switches see from its advertisments that it has a higher revision, and copy its database.
What you do at layer-3 in each VLAN (like setting IP addresses etc.) is entirely up to you. VTP doesn't care.
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