Do you remember the post I made about 3 days ago?
I explained in there my reasons, why RC delegations are important and why it makes so much sense for them to be implemented, maybe even as soon as possible.
Now, it seems that the devs of Steemit Inc. have their own agenda aka way of implementation already. (since August)
How does it work?
So, as far as I understood it:
As a Stakeholder, I would be able to delegate my RCs to a pool, which will work somewhat like a proxy. That means, multiple people could delegate to a pool, which in return will allow specific users to use those RC funds.
Now, since there is no implementation yet whatsoever, a lot of questions are still unanswered, for example:
Can only original stakeholders delegate RCs? (meaning: @smartsteem has ~3 Million SP, would @smartsteem be able to re-delegate some of the RCs to a pool, or is that only possible for original stakeholders?)
How will those users be selected?
What is a pool? An account?
I'm more than interested in this new feature. As I'm currently diving into the Steem blockchain code myself, I'd be more than happy to watch and maybe even help with the implementation.
And I'd also love to get some more info about
delegation pools. (Quick look to @ned)
But regardless, what do you think about this?
Let me know!
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