Overline is the name for the underlying coin of the entire Proof of Distance ecosystem. It is used primarily as collateral to de-risk, prioritize, and facilitate value transfers between ordered datasets. The technology stack was designed so that any event can be expressed in terms of Overline, be it a trade, smart contract execution, or insurance linked instrument. OL could be compared to Gas on Ethereum in that it fuels the economics of mining.
Overline is 100% mined by computers there is no "premine". Mine Overline on your computer in 3 steps. As blocks are mined, that number will increase until it reaches 9.8 Billion, the fixed amount of mineable Overline. 2 OL are awarded per block however, Miners who own EMB are awarded more OL.
Emblems (EMB) are the utility coins of the Overline network. If you are mining Overline, Emblems attached to your mining address significantly increase the size of your mining reward. Miners who own Emblems earn more Overline per block as a bonus and can issue larger blocks with more transactions.
Emblems and Pverline represent an application of ‘meso-economic theory’ in a decentralized blockchain protocol (read more about meso-economics here). One coin, EMB, allows you to upgrade the performance of the network through mining rewards and large blocks, while the other, Overline, powers all of the transactions within the network. EMB is like owning the gas station, Overline is the gas. By splitting the two, the utility of the network is designed to reach a technological and economic optimum through interplay between EMB and Overline.
The additional Overline granted to users with Emblems attached to their mining address is between 2 Overline and an additional 166 Overline. The algorithm calculating the Overline bonus for EMB is logarithmic. This means that as you own more Emblems, the relative cost of each bonus unit of Overline increases. To get any reward you must have at least 160 EMB and reaching their maximum marginal utility at 5,855,225 EMB. Any amount below 160 EMB does not grant any Overline bonus to a miner.
As mentioned in the previous question, the more Emblems (EMB) you have as a miner, the more Overline (OL) you make. However there is a second economic relationship your Emblems have to that market in that the more Emblems you own as an Owner the more Overline you prevent from being made. In this way, Emblems also act as decentralized inflation.
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Emblems were made available in a public sale that occurred in April 2018. Going forward, Emblem Leases is how miners can capture the utility function of Emblems, as there will not be any Emblems publicly sold by Overline.
Leased Emblems, marked as “L-EMB”, are a coin uniquely tied to an Emblem using the ERC721 standard. The L-EMB is an ownership a contract correlating 1 to 1 with an Emblem. L-EMBs are created when the original Emblem owner decides to convert their Emblem into a L-EMB. L-EMB can be traded to any party until they are executed which allows the lease owner to gain the mining rewards of the original Emblem. The Emblem Lease contract automatically handles the temporary transfer of ownership for the correlating EMB to the owner of the Leased Emblem for the pre-set duration of the lease. During that duration, lease owners take advantage of the mining utility and block expanding function of the Emblem.
L-EMBs exist for durations of 6, 12, and 24 months. After that time, the Emblem will be returned to its original owner.
Emblem Leases can be bought and sold on Borderless or any decentralized exchange that uses Overline or an enterprise ready version of the multichain, a Super Collider.
Yes. They can be transferred to a different address without needing to buy or sell it as it is a ERC721 token and on the Ethereum network. A brief search for “how to transfer ERC721 tokens” will provide more guided answer.
No. You can execute any number of Emblem Leases that you own at any time within their set duration.
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