Author Topic: PIP-0019 could be unfair to economy different solution is proposed.  (Read 8 times)

Skybuck

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PIP 19 describes how the coins of a dead pascal account should be transferred to developer fund.

Currently the spenditure of this develop fund is unclear/non-open and seems somewhat unfair to the economy.

The death of such an account could contain substational ammounts of pascal coins in the event of the death of a billionary or so, which indeed would be funny.

Imagine such a situation. Transferring all of this wealth to the "developer" seems to be a bit over the top and ridicilous and could give users of pascal coin a bad taste in there mouth :) Especially if the developer long passed away or if there is no more active development going on.

These pascal coins could even end up being "stale" no more access to developer fund account.

A fairer solution would be to re-distribute all of these accounts of all existing pascal coin accounts.

In cases where fractions are too small to be processed evenly, some accounts would get the smallest fractions will some others would not.

The software will examine these distributions and will first process the accounts which received nothing first when a next account death occurs. Thus special redistributions will take place to reward those that received non the last time. After which the same procedure is repeated/executed.

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Re: PIP-0019 could be unfair to economy different solution is proposed.
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2019, 11:33:06 PM »
One problem with this proposal is that this would give an incentive to an holder of many pascal coin accounts to start killing everybody to enrich himself/herself ;)

Another unanswered question is what if the developer account dies/becomes inactive. At least this solution solves that problem as well.