Tour De SOL - Rewards (Public Preliminary Feedback)
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Tour De SOL- Stage 1 ONLY
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Compensation Breakdown
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Design philosophy
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- To identify the behaviour we want to see most, and compensating Validators for that
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- Setting clear goals for the event while still allowing Validators to have creative freedom ( e.g. in their setups, and in their attacks)
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- Ensuring that 'success' within Tour De SOL appropriately measures the ability and effort of the validator, rather than simply their access to capital
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- Maintaining fairness throughout the competition
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- Providing SOLs as compensation to those Validators who provide meaningful on-going contributions throughout the Tour
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- Provide a partial-solution to offset the challenges faced by smaller validators, or those who are not already invested in the project
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- Design a compensation structure that is able to strike a fine balance between properly compensating participants, without being generous to the point that participants are only interested in short term financial gain
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STAGE 1
UNIVERSAL COMPENSATION (Assessed across all 3 Stages)
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QUALITATIVECategorySOLs
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CategorySOLsAttacks
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AttacksTBC
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Best Attack31,500.00Community
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1st Place15,500.00Bounty Campaign - More details to follow soonTBC
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2nd Place8,000.00Total0.00
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Community
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Team Player3,200.00
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Community Content
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1st Place6,250.00
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2nd Place3,200.00
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3rd Place1,600.00
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Total69,250.00
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QUANTITATIVE
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CategorySOLs
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Confimation Latency
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The amount of time each validator spends on confirming a block, we measure how fast their transactions is encoded to the ledger on average over the entire duration of the event. Average confirmation time over the duration of Stage 1
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1st Place (Bonus)31,500.00
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2nd Place (Bonus)15,500.00
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3rd Place (Bonus)8,000.00
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>-5% against Solana's V100 node8,000.00
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<-5% and >-25% against Solana's V100 node4,000.00
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<-25% and >-50% against Solana's V100 node2,000.00
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Most Rewards Collected
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Fees collected from block rewards. Examples of how Validators could maximize fees include:
- Looking at the previous set of failed blocks and taking them into their own transaction processing set for example
- Attacking previous block producers with a faster PoH and try to censor them
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1st Place (Bonus)31,500.00
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2nd Place (Bonus)15,500.00
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3rd Place (Bonus)8,000.00
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Top 25% of Rewards Earned8,000.00
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Top 25-50% of Rewards Earned4,000.00
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Top 50-90% of Rewards Earned2,000.00
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Highest availability
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This will be defined by the number of votes a validator has made over time, relative to the number of slots passing by. For example: missing production of a block and missing votes on a block would negatively affect your result.
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1st Place (Bonus)31,500.00
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2nd Place (Bonus)15,500.00
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3rd Place (Bonus)8,000.00
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>-5% against Solana's V100 node8,000.00
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<-5% and >-25% against Solana's V100 node4,000.00
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<-25% and >-50% against Solana's V100 node2,000.00
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