OMG投注-OMG 2017年12月6日

Althea

2017年12月6日

OMG网络上的投注收益和交易费用已经出现了很多问题。大部分问题尚未得到解决 – 部分原因是由于该网络仍处于开发阶段,同时也是由于我们无法决定费用造成的。虽然是我们在构建平台,但其实是您,网络的投注者和用户最终来确定实际的费用。

OmiseGO的OMG区块链去中心化交易所(DEX)将被建立在权益证明(PoS)区块链的共识层中。网络的共识和验证过程需要OMG代币。投注者将充当区块链的验证者,如果您选择投注,就会收到验证者向网络用户收取的费用收益,用于支付通过DEX进行的交易验证成本(包括贸易)。

不过,关于费用是如何在公开、公共区块链中发挥作用的,我们也存在一些常见的误解。我们希望能彻底弄清楚该方面已知和未知的问题。在这一阶段,阐明OmiseGO无法控制费用结构这一点可能是最重要的。 费用不受任何算法或中心方决定的控制,而是由其网络内部的供需动态决定的。

交易费用取决于网络的使用,收入来源于网络的使用和发展。 作为一家希望建立100%公共网络的公司,OmiseGO正在寻找尽可能多的网络用途。 作为一家寻求建立支付处理器盈利转型模式的支付公司(不仅仅是我们,还有其他支付处理器),一家正向去中心化时代进军的公司,我们正在尽可能寻求最快速的发展。

人们想知道Omise(OmiseGO的母公司)是否会从OMG网络中获得更多利益。答案是肯定的,但只是因为Omise能够充分利用OMG网络的功能来改善我们开展业务的方式。如果Omise能够利用网络的功能解决我们自身运营的低效问题,我们可以降低自己的成本。如果我们能够为支付提供增值服务,那么这将成为根据市场利率收取额外费用的理由(如相关的咨询工作等)。

与以太坊或比特币一样,用户在提交交易时能够开价,验证者可以选择他们获得的交易。如果交易的费用不合理,那么很少或没有验证者会愿意选择它们,如此一来,确认的速度就会很慢,或者根本不会确认。那些试图抽取不合理高额费用的验证者到头来会发现没有任何验证,所以他们不收取任何费用。

中间重叠的部分是明智的做法,人们会根据费用进行商业活动,这些费用对用户来说很实用,也能为投注者带来利益。

OMG投注-OMG 2017年12月6日

我们的目标是尽可能为发送者和接收者(包括我们自己)提供一个完整、自主的支付轨道,让所有中间商(包括我们自己)都能看到一个前所未有的透明的竞争环境,并使网络的使用成本尽可能接近网络的使用意愿。 额外收益的可能性是存在的但不是很明确,而且Omise必须像其他企业一样在同一场地上竞争。

除此之外,并不能说 – 在当前的发展阶段尝试计算数字的做法根本不可行。但是不要气馁:人们会付钱使用OMG网络,而OMG的投注者在使用时也会获得资金。归根结底,这还是供需的问题:人们提交的交易数量与可用的区块链空间大小有关。我们预计两者都将很高,并会相应地构建网络。我们期望收益具有竞争力(我们也会像其他公司一样,按照同样的条件进行投注),但是对此我们也无法作出任何承诺。

我们知道您也很关心投注的操作方法,并且很快会发布另一篇文章来解决我们看到的一些(很有见地的和实实在在的)问题。但请注意一点,还有很多问题有待商榷。

还记得这篇文章么?https://blog.omisego.network/approach-to-delivering-scalability-56d034619ef0 ,里面我们提到了由于有了等离子体这样肥沃的土壤,OMG网络已扩展到了一个巨大的森林般的规模。

OMG投注-OMG 2017年12月6日

您,代币持有者和未来的投注者,就像树下的树苗,在开源Sunlight开发工具包温暖光辉的照耀下,沐浴在赋予生命的交易费用的绵绵细雨中?这一比喻只能帮我们理解这么多,但重点是:您就是网络。

其他已建立并运行的网络根据历史数据(可能是高度可疑的经济模式)推出具体数字。我们没有。构建网络的其他人已经谈论了相关的收益。我们不会。在这一点上,试图预测收益是不负责任的行为,只会引发更多的谣言,加剧代币价格的波动性。一旦具体数字真正揭晓,市场将面临疯狂的价格调整(朝一个方向或另一个方向)。 我们不希望这种情况发生,您也不希望。

从某种程度上说,投注的具体数字并不重要,因为它只是说明了运行网络的成本与用户掏钱使用它的意愿之间的关系。虽然如此,我们依然在努力保持花费尽可能低的成本,以便尽可能提高投注者可以获得的收益,同时不会降低采用和使用的程度。最终,OMG网络的成功将取决于技术的开发方式、采用的程度以及社区在网络运行和提供新的使用案例的参与度。

我们和您一样,非常高兴了解到这一切将如何发生。我们理解为什么您想知道投注具体会带来多少收益,如何引导人们根据他们的了解、猜想以及他们希望真相是什么来进行推测。基于推测和猜测采取行动是件颇为诱人的事情。如果您选择这样做,那么祝您好运。但请放心,我们是真的没有足够的数据来做出充分的知情决策。如果有,我们会第一时间得知,也会免费分享给大家。

感谢 Jeremy Lam

英文原文

There have been a lot of questions about staking returns and transaction fees on the OMG network. Unfortunately most of them can’t be answered yet — partly because the network is still in development, but just as importantly because it is not up to us to set the fees. Although we are building the platform, it is you, the stakers and users of the network, who will ultimately determine the actual fees.

OmiseGO’s OMG blockchain decentralized exchange (DEX) will be built into the consensus layer of a Proof of Stake (PoS) blockchain. OMG tokens are required for participating in the network’s consensus and validation process. Stakers will act as validators of the blockchain and, if you choose to stake, you will receive a return from fees that validators charge to network users to cover the cost of validation of transactions (which include trades) carried out over the DEX.

However, there are some common misunderstandings about how fees work in an open, public blockchain, and we want to be very clear about what is and is not known at this point. At this stage, it’s probably most important to explain that there is no way for OmiseGO to control the fee structure. Fees are not controlled by any algorithm, or central party’s decision, but are instead 100% dynamically determined by supply and demand within the network.

Transaction fees are paid dependent on network use, and revenue comes from both network usage and network growth. As an organization looking to create a 100% public network, OmiseGO are looking for the most usage possible. As a payments company looking for a profitable transition model for payment processors (not just us, but any other payment processor) moving into the decentralization age, we are looking for the most growth possible too.

People question whether Omise (OmiseGO’s parent company) will take further profit from the OMG network. The answer is yes, but only inasmuch as Omise is able to take advantage of the OMG network’s capabilities to improve the way we do business. If Omise is able to leverage the network’s capabilities to solve inefficiencies within our own operations, we can lower our own costs. If we are able to provide value added services to the payments we’re facilitating then that would be grounds for charging additional fees according to market rates (e.g. related consultancy work).

As with Ethereum or Bitcoin, users will be able to name their price when they submit a transaction, and validators are able to choose which transactions they pick up. Transactions with unreasonably low fees attached will find few or no validators willing to pick them up, and so will be slow to confirm or never confirmed at all. Validators trying to extract unreasonably high fees will find themselves with nothing to validate and therefore collecting no fees. Somewhere in the middle, reasonable people will be doing business based on fees that are equal parts practical for users and profitable for stakers.

The goal is to provide a payment rails that is as complete and autonomous for both sender and receiver as possible, to have all middlemen (including ourselves) facing an unprecedentedly transparent and competitive environment, and to have the cost of using the network as close to the will of the network as possible. The potential for additional profit is there but unclear, and Omise will have to compete on exactly the same playing field as everyone else.

Beyond this, it’s impossible to say right now — it simply isn’t feasible to try to calculate numbers at the present stage of development. But don’t be discouraged: people will pay to use the OMG network, and OMG stakers will be paid when it’s used. Ultimately this comes down to supply and demand: how many transactions people are submitting versus how much block space is available. We anticipate that both will be high and are constructing the network accordingly. We expect returns to be competitive (we will be staking too, on equal terms as everyone else) but at this point we won’t make promises about what that will mean.

We know you’re also very curious about the mechanics of staking, and will be putting out another post soon to address some of the (thoughtful and valid) questions that we see floating around. But before you get all excited, be advised that many of these things are also still to be determined.

Remember this post: https://blog.omisego.network/approach-to-delivering-scalability-56d034619ef0 where we referred to the OMG network scaling to a huge forest thanks to the fertile soil that is Plasma?

You, token holders and future stakers, are the saplings putting down roots who will be nourished by a gentle rain of life-giving transaction fees under the warm rays of the…open source Sunlight Development Kit? The metaphor can only take us so far, but the point is: you are the network.

Other networks that are already up and running put out concrete numbers based on historical data (and possibly highly questionable economic models). We do not. Other people building networks have made claims about what returns will be. We will not. At this point, trying to predict staking returns would be irresponsible and would only fuel rumors and exacerbate volatility in the token price, setting the market up for frantic price corrections (in one direction or the other) once concrete numbers start to actually emerge. We don’t want that and neither do you.

In a way, the specific numbers involved in staking are beside the point, given that they are an expression of the relationship between the cost of running the network and the willingness on the part of users to pay to use it. Nevertheless, we are building to keep costs as low as possible in order to allow the return that can be claimed by stakers as high as possible without diminishing the extent of adoption and use. Ultimately, the success of the OMG network will depend on how the technology is developed, how much adoption occurs, and the engagement of the community in operating the network and bringing on board new use cases.

We’re just as excited as you to find out how this is all going to shake out. We understand why you want us to tell you how many million dollars you are going to make, and how that leads people to speculate based on what they do know, what they presume and what they would like to be true. It’s tempting to act based on speculation and guesswork, and if you choose to do that then we wish you the best of luck. But please take it from us that there is not enough data to make a fully informed decision. When there is, we will be the first to know, and we will share it freely.

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