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Flare and Spark (And Its Main Functions) Explained
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Flare is the world's first Turing complete Federation Byzantine Agreement(FBA) network. Which means it is scalable, safe, and decentralized. Simultaneously, it can deliver smart contracts to other cryptocurrencies.
Let's suppose Ethereum 2.0 will secure on blockchain shares of Microsoft worth 1662 Trillion.
Then with a 51% attack worth just 21,42 Bn (51% of market cap), you could take over 1,662 T. So the price of ETH must increase. While it is good for ETH investors, it derives a lot of capital from other users and locks capital in staking.
However, if investors can obtain higher fields elsewhere, the capital will move away from staking and the security of the network decreases.
FCP is leaderless Asynchronous Byzantine fault-tolerant, has totally ordered transactions and is highly scalable.
FLARE CONSENSUS PROTOCOL:
Leaderless > Decentralized > more difficult to attack Asynchronous BFT > ensures finalization of transactions > fast payments Highly scalable > can process a high volume of transactions per second > suitable for securing great values
A Sybil attack is a kind of security threat in an online system where a person is trying to take over the network by creating multiple accounts, nodes, or computers.
75% value of cryptocurrencies is non-Turing complete blockchain. Which means they are not compatible with smart contracts.
75% of the value of Blockchains tokens is inaccessible to decentralized applications. That changes now, starting with XRP!
As the name suggests SDA's are applications that use Flares native token Spark for:
Providing price estimate of the underlying F-assets
Collateral when creating F-assets
Combination of these three
To become an SDA does not require changes in the other networks. In other words, it's very easy for any cryptocurrency/network to get "connected" with Flare Network. It is yet to see how Flare will involve.
It can compete with other networks providing interoperability or it may cooperate and Flare might become one of the Polkadots bridges.
Notice that Flare can add different qualities depending on which cryptocurrency is being added as SDA:
Transactions cost on Flare will be burned, which is a deflationary factor.
There is a single transaction cost for any transaction of complexity up to the complexity limit.
Flare introduces limit for transaction fees > complexity limit.
Even though fees are expressed in Gas converted to Spark, those are unrelated to Gas on Ethereum. In other words, transactions on Flare won't be affected by Ethereum.
Spark is the native token of Flare Network. It will be distributed to XRP holders 1:1.
Total Supply = 100 Bn
Spark main functions are in Spark Dependent Applications where it will be used as:
Collateral when issuing F-assets and
In Flare Time Series Oracle (FTSO) where Spark holder will provide price estimates of F-asset.
In addition, Spark has a governance purpose. Every Spark holder can participate in the governance of the Flare Network and potentially in the governance of SDA's.
Flare has an advantage over PoS Network. It is because Flare Consensus Protocol(FCP) does not use the native token for security. Whether the market cap of Spark token is high and low, the security of the Flare Network remains the same.
Does it mean you won't be able to stake your Sparks?
Flare provides for Spark holders sometimes better.
You can put your Sparks to work and became an agent. As an agent, you will earn fees every time someone needs your Spark as collateral to mint F-assets (e.g. FXRP) or redeem XRP.
Creation Fee 💰💰 Reservation Fee 💰Redemption Fee 💰
Another way of making money is to participate in FTSO.
And best of all you can simultaneously make use of:
Flare is governed entirely by Spark token holders through voting.
1 Soark = 1 Vote
There are three decision rules:
Super Super Majority decision - for decisions with great impact on network.
70% of total tokens voted and more than 80% votes in favor
Super Majority decision - for decisions with medium impact on network.
50% of total tokens voted and more than ⅔ votes in favor
Simple Majority decision - for decisions with little impact on network.
30% of total tokens voted and more than 50% votes in favor
Let's take a look at what changes requires which majority.
You don't have to vote in every matter and you can choose to delegate your votes. For example, to any other Flare token or Flare Foundation.
Flare Foundation is to be a non-profit organization whose mandate is developing and improving the network. The Foundation will help to implement changes agreed upon through voting.
It is to be responsible for five key areas:
Research and Development
Publicity and Partnership
The Foundation rules:
No Oracle participation
The right to dissolve
Foundation will not use its tokens as collaboration, nor will it participate in FTSO. This means it will not compete with regular Spark holders for fees/rewards nor in governance.
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