The Ontology Network releases an upgrade to drastically improve its governance and staking economic model

The Ontology Network is an enterprise-grade, high-performance blockchain considered by users as a “private room” within a public blockchain. On July 7, 2020, The Ontology Network will upgrade and drastically improve its infrastructure.

Upgrading the new economic model to encourage node staking

The new economic model encourages node staking which would promote ONT lock-up. The ONT coin is the network’s native currency. There will be more demand if more ONT coins will be locked. This has an effect on market forces which would higher the price of coins in circulation already.

Network staking rate expected to increase by 60 percent

The number of coins required for staking and participating in-network governance, after the mainnet upgrade, will be reduced from 500 ONT to 1 ONT. Meanwhile, for candidate nodes seeking to participate in the network consensus, the number of coins needed for staking has been slashed from 100,000 ONT to 10,000 ONT.

The activation of this staking model will reduce the unbinding rate of the Ontology Gas (ONG) coin. This would help in increasing circulation in line with their primary market circulation principle. Due to a surge in circulation, the network staking rate is anticipated to increase by 60 percent. Moreover, The Ontology Foundation ONG Bonus will remain as it is.

Narrowing the gap between users and investors through Decentralization

After this upgrade, the team expects more investors to participate in staking and play their impactful roles in the governance of the network. The gap between users and investors can be narrowed because of the users’ active participation. This will lead to a more decentralized and secure network. With more investors and users, the Ontology Network will also be more decentralized therefore the network can be advanced and strengthened.



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