If you are interested in what’s happening behind the scenes of cryptocurrency staking, you might have had the opportunity to contribute to incentivized testnets, test blockchain networks that reward their participants using cryptocurrency with actual market value.
By making testing new blockchain networks less asymmetric between users and developers (users get rewarded for the time they pour into testing new product developments), incentivized testnets have emerged as a compelling way to attract the first Validators and Delegators of new proof-of-stake projects, and bootstrap their security by producing and endorsing their first series of blocks.
In that spirit, to better align the interest of the community (earn DSLA rewards and DSLA compensations) with the interest of core DSLA developers (product-market fit), we are proud to announce that we will be organizing a DSLA incentivized beta test using a test version of the DSLA Network, the first decentralized application implementing the DSLA Protocol.
On September 30th 2020, the DSLA Network DApp hosted of the Ropsten Ethereum network will reward beta participants using DSLA tokens with actual market value.
For our team, your contribution will be the perfect chance to validate the functional, performance, reliability and security assumptions of the DSLA Network before launching on the mainnet on November 30th 2020.The DSLA Incentivized Beta Test
By outsourcing block production and endorsement to third party staking providers, Delegators do not need to operate their own blockchain node to earn staking rewards. But at the same time, they are exposed to the potential bad behaviour and unfulfilled reliability promises of Validators.
This puts their staking deposit at risk of being depleted (slashing penalty).
DSLA Protocol is a decentralized alternative to SLA contracts for ...