Comparison with BM’s new project Eden
BM posts a community project. It is planned to use 0.125% of EOS competition to motivate the community. The project, in fact, is very similar in concept to the DFS distributed farm. It needs to rely on the organization of the community and work together to make EOS better. The original intention is good. But too idealistic, reminds me of the failure of TAG1.0. The number of EOS transitions is only 10 million EOS each year. Taking 0.125% is 1.25 million EOS. Therefore, the design of the entire BM project should focus on the fair distribution of the 1.25 million EOS, rather than on how community members should work together and do things. This is putting the cart before the horse. The real purpose of project participants is to fight for the right to transcend control, not just to make the system better. For the sake of the system is usually the slogan of their competition period. Those who enter the system first will form a stubborn force of vested interests. Once you get it, you will lose your goal. The income comes from a fixed system gain. No matter how hard you work, the income will not increase. Therefore, after obtaining the power of control, the main task will become how to prevent branch control, such as dealing with competitors, bribing elections and consolidating other disturbances. The mechanism allows grouping to do evil, and then various punishment mechanisms are used to make up for it, beyond the violation of the spirit of freedom.