01.01.2024 в 11:43 #24871maloriegillinghaУчастник
If it makes more sense to you to start with the total amount of money lost to grifts and scams, and have it decrement as you scroll back in time, that’s an option too! Historically, the rich have become richer faster than the rest of the population. However, most people (myself included) have a tough time of estimating at a glance what 1 BNB is worth in relation to 1 SOL in relation to 1 ETH in relation to 1 ElonDogeMoonToken, and so I use USD estimates to try to give people some frame of reference to go with. So if there’s any good time at all to try this, the blockchain space is that time. As mentioned on the about page, this project focuses on anything in the blockchains/crypto/web3 technology space. Q: Wouldn’t lots of people who don’t even care about your project buy the item through the egalitarian scheme and immediately resell it?
Hiding the fact that a transfer happened is impossible, especially if it’s an NFT of which there is only one copy on-chain, but hiding who is the recipient may be much more viable. Well, except anyone who actually needs the land to live on, and is forced to pay upwards of a thousand dollars a month in rent, but who cares about them. At the time of writing, there are over 51 billion XRP tokens in circulation. This mechanism has the particularly interesting property that if you’re making a governance token (please don’t do that; this is purely harm-reduction advice), the quantity allocated to each buyer is theoretically optimal, though of course post-sale transfers will degrade this optimality over time. Here, it’s worth mentioning the worst isn’t even over yet. A: It’s very difficult to get people to accept a new mechanism that they find weird by having economists write screeds about how they «should» accept it for the sake of «efficiency» (or even «equity»). Hence, NFTs are designed to give you something you can’t get anywhere else: ownership of the<br>k.
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