EOS super node revenue plan may be further adjusted

According to the IMEOS debut report, Thomas E. Thomas, chief designer of the EOS Rules, proposed to further refine the node revenue proposal in the EOS BlockPros telegram group.
1. If the token price is less than x, the 5% bonus will generate less than $2 million in back-up revenue and the system will allow 5% of the BPs to bid. They can bid lower. 2. If the token price is greater than y, only 1% of the additional bonuses can generate more than 2 million US dollars/year of reserve income. The system will set BPs as 1%. They can always bid lower.
3. Between token prices x and y, there is a formula that limits bids to between 5% and 1% so that if they bid the highest they will receive $2 million/year. They can always bid lower.
4. As a whole, the entire system has been expanding at an annual rate of 5%. Even if BPs do not bid for themselves, this part of the funds must go into the “community proposal” fund. 5. The “community proposal” may include “the number of burning tokens Z” to reduce effective inflation. It should be noted that token prices higher than y allow very large expenditures to reach the standard, but the cost is only 1% of the chain. There will still be competition between BPs, lower than the other’s bid to attract votes. In addition, a goal of US$2 million per year can be revisited by: (A) creating a new cost model through the “community proposal”; (B) changing the above-mentioned formula for a referendum to determine the new level of alternative income, Because over time, the required level of work on the per-second and standby nodes will change. Comparable to the public utility commission.

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