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Cardano vs. Ethereum
Author: Vi-Fi | Editors: Kornekt & Hiro Kennelly
Although Charles Hoskinson was a crucial part of building Ethereum, he believed he could innovate in ways that weren’t represented in that L1, so he created his own, called Cardano. Cardano differentiates itself from Ethereum in being the first peer-reviewed blockchain, and he has positioned Cardano in the L1 market with this ‘academic’ angle. Is this so-called “Ethereum killer” all it’s cracked up to be?
Read the full article to learn more about the differences in the two chains’ tokenomics, consensus models, staking, and coding languages.
Solving the Compensation Puzzle
Author: Jake and Stake | Editor: Kornekt
Compensation models have traditionally been used to incentivize employees to focus on results, and reduce variables such as time-cost. How do typical compensation models like commission, profit sharing, bonuses, and stock options work when held up against the workings of a DAO?
“Humans want to be valued, and compensation structures like [bonuses and commission] make value explicit through the receipt of direct and specific rewards. If implemented well, this could lead to a culture of high performance within DAOs. Smart contracts have created the opportunity to design our own incentive structures, and variable compensation is another tool that we can experiment with.”
Learn more about how smart compensation structures can bring these new decentralized organizations to another level.
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