Baer Chain super node campaign: the value of cookies is still underestimated


On Apr. 1st, Baer Chain’s Super Node campaign officially launched. In the first 24 hours of voting, the top-ranked nodes have already received over ten millions BRC votes, and the campaign between the top seven candidates is intense.

According to the official disclosure:

Baer Chain main network will issue a total quantity of 580 million cookies. After the official launch, there will be 29 million Genesis cookies in the main network, as the first year of network resource consumption. Genesis cookies will be exchanged at a 1:1 price using BRC. The value of the subsequent cookies will depend on the supply and demand relationship. More activity of the Baer Chain Ecology and the increasing demand for fuel will make the value of BRC higher.

Those huge and long-term benefits of cookies spurred the willingness of each team to participate in canvassing through media articles, videos, offline gatherings, etc. At the same time, a more interesting phenomenon is that MEP is a global activity, and there is a time difference between the active time of each team. Therefore, voting competition presents a situation of time-sharing competition in Asia and Europe. This non-instantaneous competition has made it impossible for each team to confirm whether their advantage before going to bed can be maintained, and therefore more premium voting is needed as a moat for the game–the same concerns arise between teams in different time zones. This has also led to a rapid increase in the number of votes.

The rapid growth of voting data shows that the team is optimistic about cookies, and the need for super-node quotas, and at the bottom of the invisible perspective, cookies will play a role in making the whole ecosystem more lubricated and stable. Based on this role, there will be a well-developed ecology, and also promote the cookie to appreciate further, and conduct a very stable virtuous cycle setting.

For gamers, this is also great news.

Jonathan, a well-known blockchain game expert, analyzes the existence of competing multi-nodes that can effectively constrain and ensure the correct direction of ecological development, for ecological games. In other words, the game is returned to the game itself through rule constraints. Based on the decentralization of the blockchain, all the information on the chain can be traced to the source. After all, the difficulty of cooperating with evil is too great. The lock and deposit of the node are so high, which is enough to ensure the stable and long-term operation of the ecology.

Jonathan believes in the big wave of blockchain games–the average user is actually the most vulnerable guys, based on the blockchain node community management, participants could enlarge the cake of the blockchain game, also can ensure that ordinary players get tangible pleasure.

Therefore, for Baer Chain, the continued strength of nodes, communities, games, consensus, and BRC will be reflected in the value of cookies. The initial start-up phase of Baer Chain has been successfully completed, and the advantages of the flywheel effect will naturally be reflected in the long-term.

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