Token Economics in Real-Life: Cryptocurrency and Incentives Design for Insolar’s Blockchain Network
The core premise of blockchain is straightforward. Rather than relying upon a trusted intermediary to proprietarily maintain one ledger of transactions between members of a network, it allows all members to maintain their own copies of the same ledger and ensure that all copies are synchronized. This obviates the need for the intermediary, who often exploits its information asymmetry advantage to act in extractive, inefficient, or corrupt ways. IEEE Computer
A key challenge of this decentralized design is incentives. Even when not behaving in an exploitive manner, the intermediary is well incentivized to provide centralized services in the form of transaction fees (for example, Visa or Mastercard), fees charged for data analysis (for instance, Google), and finder’s fees (Uber, for example). When such services are provided in a decentralized way, an alternative scheme for incentives is needed.
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