To also quote from
Meaning $OP CAN be used to incentive usage.
To also quote from
Meaning $OP CAN be used to incentive usage.
I understand there is no reference in the proposal about Op to be sold but I’d imagine that’s what you need to do to pay some marketing bills regardless who does it.
I was unaware it was a bounty and wish you had wrote this on the proposal before voting started.
That is correct my issue with this proposal is not about incentivizing usage its with my understanding of how the marketing allocation will be used.
Thank you for the feedback anyway.
Yeah I can agree, Unfortunately, we cannot put the precise wording and precise implementation in the proposal, we though by saying:
$OP will be used for incentivizing users to join the awareness campaign and contribute to the competition
it explicitly means OP will be used for incentivising, not sold and there will be a public competition for it.
That’s why the authors are here to clarify the exact wordings ((like laywers do with contracts)
Hope now it is more clear and your feedback can be reconsidered.
Thanks for clearing that up. So from what I understand this will be a contribution competition and won’t be just paying a youtube influencers for ad space…
I will reconsider.
Thank you for your time.
Yes, this actually goes a lot into implementation details and we are actually building the necessary infrastructure and tools for it. We are already hosting a small public bounties to try the tools and the infrastructure,.
To go deep into the actual implementation, we are using Dework for hosting public bounties and competitions. you can check the DEMO version of it
As promised, the authors of the Kromatika proposal have done an extra effort today to review the notes from the shadow unofficial committee and provide some non-bias professional answers.
We still believe that our feedback will not change the bias intention of the shadows review and at least that review should have been provided a lot earlier (since Kromatika proposal was created 6 weeks ago).
However, we are here to discuss it with cool heads and no hard feelings all that for providing more insight and transparency to the OP delegates and community that we are all part of
Thanks for the info.
I see you have started this initiative a month ago with $50. Your ask is for +/- $30,000 to test an unproven marketing strategy leaves me with concerns and more questions.
Unfortunately I feel this could have been better defined with-in the proposal.
Thanks for the feedback; Please note this is only a third-party tool for hosting competitions/bounties, not a full marketing strategy. It is a tool that many are using it for competitions/bounties so it is not an unproven strategy. some of top daos are using it.
Unfortunately, not sure if a full detailed marketing strategy can be made in advance and describe in a details within the proposal. We added in the proposal how the OP incentives will be used as bulletpoints, what is the intention of the incentives, the type of incentives (educational, content writing, research) etc.
Usually, a detailed and exact marketing strategy with exact execution is building progressively up over time, but please correct us if we are wrong and point us out to a detailed marketing grant strategy in order to improve ourselves.
You must have misread, I didn’t ask for a fully detailed marketing strategy…?
All I meant is it could be better defined eg… this is the first time you have mentioned public bounty and Dework, this could have been included within your proposal. The only example on the proposal is for youtube content creators, So it requires some assumptions to be made to fill in the gaps in how you will run this initiative.
No point in addressing this now as your proposal is already up for voting.
I am going to vote against committee A’s recommendation here.
The reason is I really don’t like seeing the distribution of 20% to marketing and referrals.
This number should have been much smaller or better yet not existing at all.
repasting Aristokrates’ thoughtful response to our review in this thread so readers can have proper context
First thank you for reviewing Kromatika proposal. Based on what is written we see that you have spent a lot of time reviewing how the Kromatika protocol works internally and we are really glad about that, so we can explain ti in details how it works.
Please find our initial feedback below.
We still believe that our feedback will not change the bias intention of this review and at least it should have been provided a lot earlier (since Kromatika proposal was created 6 weeks ago).
We believed this review is on the edge of rough review and not an objective review.
However, we are here to discuss it with cool heads, all that for providing more insight and transparency to the OP delegates and community that we are all part of it
This actually is on the edge of FUDing saying team likely have multiple wallets doing limit orders without any support.
Fees charged correspondent to the gas needed to pay for filling the limit orders;
the Optimism gas fees are lower, so the fees are 0.1$ per limit order.
This is also a dump assumption without any support. The keepers pay the gas fees for filling limit orders and get KROM as compensation in the same $ value. Since gas fees are low on Optimism, we dont see a sell pressure from keepers.
If a fee for filling limit order costs 0.1$ order limit order, it would take 10.000 filled limit order to even get to 1000$ fees. that confirm the no sell pressure coming from the Keepers.
This actually will drive adoption and more users to it, since more users will be inclined to use limit order more often. Please note that limit orders are UniswapV3 position, so by placing limit orders on Kromatika, users are placing liquidity on UniswapV3 and increase the liquidity depth on Uniswap pairs.
This benefits the UniswapV3 liquidity depth for any trading pair, which means it benefit the entire Optimism ecosystem and one of the DEX protocols with higher volume there, reducing the price slippage on Uniswap as well.
Gasless trading means users will DONT need to pay any ETH gas when performing swap via Kromatika. Since Kromatika is a DEX aggregator, it pulls liquidity from different liquidity sources.
At the end, this feature benefit the END users, since they are the ones that can do swaps without paying ETH gas at all == FREE ETHLESS swaps with low price slippage.
The gasless mode will work on Kromatika as well without subsidising with $OP (when the gas subsidising period is over), however, the gas fees are then charged from the output amount from the swap.
We are really glad that we have the chance to explain our proposal in depth. Please let us know if we can clarify other aspects of it.
Since there is no official committee recommendation for this and I did not have time to review thoroughly enough to provide an independent assessment I abstained here. Defi shadow committee B recommendation was however very helpful in my decision to abstain.
FYI, There is also an official DeFi committee recommendation for this proposal.
Please refer it below.
All official DeFi A Commitee reviews for Cycle 6 can be found here:
Thank you for the feedback @jrocki.bedrock
Just fyi, the official Defi Committee A voted yes.
The shadow committees are unofficial.
Thank you for your participation though
Oh no! My mistake. I don’t know how I missed that recommendation. My apologies!
The PoolCollective voted yes, following the committee’s recommendation.
No problem fam! All is good Cheers!!
Thank you @Tjark
Appreciate your support.
Snapshot vote - passed