renegade.shiller
10 months ago  Karma: 39
How are DelegateCall tokens utilised, what is the point of them?

What is the point of a DelegateCall token? Why would people want to own them?

DelegateCall
Utility
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renegade.shiller
10 months ago  Karma: 39
How are DelegateCall tokens utilised, what is the point of them?

What is the point of a DelegateCall token? Why would people want to own them?

DelegateCall
Utility
token

2 ANSWERS
allmycryptos
10 months ago Karma: 833

I think for now there is no real “use” for them yet, just a reason for people to answer questions on this site and earn some tokens with it, we’ll have to be patient and wait and see what they come up with

I think for now there is no real “use” for them yet, just a reason for people to answer questions on this site and earn some tokens with it, we’ll have to be patient and wait and see what they come up with

walz.marcoo

I haven't discovered a description or an announcement what they can be used for (in future). maybe there will come some advanced features in future that can only be used with delegatecall tokens ;-)

it might also be that the tokens can never be used for something. as @allmycryptos already said, we just have to wait and be patient

I could also imagine that there will be some kind of freelancer marketplace where workers with an higher amount of delegatecall-token will be preferred or get a higher salary. just imagination

Mar 30 '18 at 6:15 pm
v3qt0r
10 months ago Karma: 226

One application would be to establish a DAO which votes on some question X.
For example, you could use the knowledge of the delegatecall crowd to choose whether or not to merge a pull request in an open source project.
Regardless of the outcome of such a vote, voters would be awarded for giving their technical expertise.

This becomes especially interesting when dealing with merging of code that controls library contracts.

Say that you have also have a mechanism that deploys every merged shared library commit to its master branch.
There is work being made on version control systems running on ethereum, so this is absolutely a viable scenario.

One application would be to establish a DAO which votes on some question X.
For example, you could use the knowledge of the delegatecall crowd to choose whether or not to merge a pull request in an open source project.
Regardless of the outcome of such a vote, voters would be awarded for giving their technical expertise.

This becomes especially interesting when dealing with merging of code that controls library contracts.

Say that you have also have a mechanism that deploys every merged shared library commit to its master branch.
There is work being made on version control systems running on ethereum, so this is absolutely a viable scenario.

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