How the success of block.one is linked to EOS

Introduction

  • To make information resistant to censorship
  • To prove the authenticity of the origin of a transaction

What is block.one’s motivation?

So how do they plan to make a profit?

How does holding EOS lead to profit?

Okay, so why is block.one not doing anything to help adoption of the EOS Mainnet?

  • To make information resistant to censorship
  • To prove the authenticity of the origin of a transaction

Real world blockchain usage

Why is EOS the most censorship-resistant chain?

So how does this translate into profits?

  • 14% of tokens will be staked and will earn rewards from transaction fees on EOS (more than double what is currently being staked)
  • The EOS Mainnet is being used at current rates in terms of transactions, activity, and REX usage.
  • There are 100 companies that need to send a hash every block
  • There are 1000 companies that need to send a hash on average every minute
  1. As a company uses resources, the cost of all remaining resources increases, both because of the price curve in REX and because the cost per CPU increases as well.
  2. The next company must pay more for the same resources.
  3. As these companies buy EOS, the pressure makes the price of the token increase.
  4. As the rewards for staking start getting larger, more token holders will stake to participate, increasing the scarcity of EOS.
  5. This further increases the price of the token.

I do not see the connection with block.one, why are they so quiet?

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