圖表：PowerPool 到 TWD
- 交易量/市值 (24 小時)
- 市值 / 總鎖定價值
- 29,950,763 CVP
- 100,000,000 CVP
- 100,000,000 CVP
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What Is PowerPool?
PowerPool is a DAO-managed protocol focused on developing a decentralized and autonomous network for guaranteed transaction execution and off-chain computation - the PowerAgent Keeper network. Smart contracts cannot execute themselves, so automation networks are necessary for creating and operating automated on-chain strategies/maintenance for web3 protocols, dApps, DAOs and individuals. Automation networks complement L1/L2 networks and oracle networks to form the ‘third leg’ of crypto infrastructure.
The PowerAgent network is decentralized and permissionless, so anyone can operate a PowerAgent Keeper node. Keeper nodes automatically execute transaction signing tasks submitted by network users/Task Owners to earn automation fees and gas compensation in the native blockchain asset (ETH for Ethereum, BNB for BNBChain, etc.) Keeper nodes stake $CVP, the PowerPool governance token, to participate in the automation network and qualify for signing ever higher value transactions.
Automation is increasingly required in Defi. In the past, PowerPool has built and operated automated Defi products on top of the PowerAgent v1 network, partnering with Yearn.Finance, Balancer, SushiSwap, Boardroom and other notable Defi protocols. Read our history here.
PowerPool Founders PowerPool was launched by two anonymous co-founders, Leeroy Oshiya and Not.Satoshi. Oshiya describes himself as a power broker and one of the most well-connected people in the industry. Not.Satoshi, the project’s CTO, is an anonymous developer and early adopter of crypto. The DAO founders are complemented by public and other pseudonymous members.
Core DAO Contributors
Gordon Gekko (pseudonym) - the chief Defi strategist. Gordon is responsible for analyzing the Defi ecosystem and future economic trends to create new automated products/find integrations for the PowerAgent network.
Vasiliy Sumanov - Crypto-native researcher, Ph.D., scientist, and token engineer. Creating, prototyping, and simulating networks, Defi products, and token economic functions.
Research & Communication contributors: Princess Luna - researcher/simulations Sky Strifer - data scientist F.O.S. - researcher focused on writing content for general audience and public communications Simon Polanski - researcher/simulations/academic writer WildKate - art for publications and social networks
Development contributors: Axolotl - developer Wind Spirit - UI/UX design DefiBrian88 - developer
Why Use PowerAgent? The PowerAgent network consists of an expanding number of independent Keeper nodes, such that multiple Keepers can coordinate their work while acting as independent nodes.
Decentralized multi-node automation networks like PowerAgent ensure that at least one Keeper/node will be available at the needed time, eliminating single points of failure.
Innovative PowerAgent features like random keeper selection, automatic slashing, configurability (many options to apply different Keeper selection algorithms and crypto economic mechanisms to different types of tasks), and gas efficiency reflect original research and continuing leading-edge innovation.
The PowerAgent Automation Network value proposition to Task Owners is: Open source codebase Generalized functionality Permissionless Autonomous Decentralised Configurable Cost-effective Secure
CVP Token Rights & Value Accrual
The purpose of the PowerPool DAO is to execute a vision to derive maximum long-term value to the PowerPool protocol powered by the CVP token. There is a number of different value capturing mechanisms for the CVP token:
- The autonomous, permissionless PowerAgent automation network requires continuous competitive staking of CVP by Keepers/node operators. Staking is used as a ‘skin in the game’ for node operators ensuring their honest behavior and setting a stake-based responsibility for failing in transaction signing.
Increasing automation fees from Task Owners will increase the returns on CVP staked by Keepers who perform the active job by signing transactions. The high value transactions are associated with higher fees paid to Keepers and therefore require larger stakes. The increasing number of network nodes and protocols, automated by PowerAgent across multiple (EVM-compatible) chains/layers will create a continuous demand for PowerPool protocol and CVP. This is similar to oracle networks like ChainLink/$LINK;
PowerPool DAO aims to launch several Defi products on top of the PowerAgent Keeper Network such as LST (ETH, BNB, etc) PowerBaskets/Vaults that earn management fees which accrue 100% to the DAO Treasury and can be distributed to CVP stakers. This is similar to asset management DAOs like IndexCoop/$INDEX;
CVP influences PowerPool/PowerAgent management decisions related to the network, its cryptoeconomic design, expansion to other networks, fees, and yield strategies and compositions for products such as PowerBaskets/Vaults.
As the size of PowerAgent network/the value of automated products launched on top of it grows, CVP tokens acquire more and more value due to increased fees stream to CVP stakers. Additionally to that, the more protocols solve their automation tasks using PowerAgent, the more influence CVP/PowerAgent will have on the industry which can lead to CVP being increasingly valuable to other DAOs.
PowerPool (CVP) Tokenomics
CVP is an ERC-20 token issued on Ethereum and can be bridged to other EVM-compatible networks. The total supply of CVP is 100 million: 67.5% belongs to the DAO and is directed towards liquidity mining incentives, grants, community rewards, and other purposes. All these tokens are distributed via governance proposals approved by CVP token holders. 17.5% of tokens are allocated to the core team and major contributors as decided by the DAO. 15% were allocated to 300 early supporters (testers), who can be considered as a large advisory board helping to build the project from scratch with marketing/tech/strategy and other kinds of support during and after launch. 60 of these testers were not meaningfully involved and, therefore, their share was locked forever in the contract as a result of the DAO vote, so the 15% number is de-facto lowered to 12%.
The project is governed as a DAO, meaning decisions are made collectively and approved through the governance system.
Where Can You Buy PowerPool (CVP)? CVP is available on Binance, Uniswap V2, Gate.io and Huobi.