What will happen to yieldly when the governance model kicks in and the staking rewards phase out at the end of the year?
Does the yieldly lottery need to match up with voting lock up periods? Would they then be able to vote on our behalf by holding our Algos in their pools? What would fund their lottery? Lots of scenarios and I don’t remember reading the answer in the original blog post.
Those questions aside, I think the project is very cool and look forward to its success. Thanks for any input!
This proposes a pure Go implementation of the VRF (Verifiable Random Functions) primitives used in Algorand.
The goal of this change is to demonstrate the viability of a pure Go implementation...