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Incentivizing the debunking of myths - introducing MYTHBUSTER SLP token
Somewhere in the back of my mind I was thinking: How can I incentivize people to participate in this? If that could be done, a whole lot of myths could be exposed in short order, and less newbies would be confused about Bitcoin (Cash).
I've created a reward token called MYTHBUSTER .
I will hand these out to contributors to the myth busting effort, and whoever receives some is of course free to do with them whatever they want, including
I'm not making promises of big riches here, but dividends can be allotted to the token holders in the form of BCH or other SLP tokens. Such payouts are fully permissionless on BCH, meaning BTCfork or anyone else can reward token holders.
As such, BTCfork can take no responsibility for whatever coins or tokens are distributed to the holders of these tokens. So if someone, someday, sends you some FREAKING FROGS, don't blame us! :-)
Step 1 - you contribute something to the myth-busting effort. It can be anything that's meaningful - an idea, a correction, a researched factoid, a diagram, links to resources, an entire article. Whatever helps bust a myth that's on the list.
Step 2 - you notify @btcfork via a roadmap post comment or any other comment I'm likely to see on this platform.
Step 3 - you provide an SLP receiving address
Step 4 - if I find your contribution valuable, you receive MYTHBUSTER tokens from btcfork. Anyone else can of course also give you some, once you have published an SLP address for receiving them
Step 5 - you may receive other tokens or BCH to your address at random times when someone does a dividend payout.
That remains at the discretion of whoever is handing them out, but I suggest a kind of logarithmic scale for contributions:
100 tokens: for a major piece of work (e.g. a full article of your own which busts a myth on the roadmap, or some other piece of work which required major effort, like a complex illustration or diagram provably of your own doing and contributed freely with a license that allows sharing)
10 tokens: for an important link to relevant researched information, such as articles written by others on a myth we want to bust
1 token: for minor contributions like good feedback that helps improve existing content, e.g. spelling or grammar corrections, pointing out logical errors
The scale is sliding, and amounts in between these points may be chosen according to own judgment of the value of a contribution.
That's all for now - see on the mythbusting trail! :)