This is extremely exciting and is a giant step forward for KARMA. Users should NOT have to worry about CPU/NET/RAM, especially people new to blockchain. It’s been a focus of KARMA since day 1, to make KARMA as easy and fun to use as possible. We want to make the EOS blockchain & blockchain interactions within KARMA, invisible to the users. We’re excited to announce that CPU/NET/RAM should not be an issue for users on KARMA anymore.
The Primary Contracts For KARMA Now Cover:
Power Up history (used to make sure they get rewards if they powerup but haven’t claimed for a while)
Refund requests when powering down
Voter history (has someone voted this day)
Votes on posts
Daily post history
The Only Thing A User Will Pay RAM For Within KARMA
- Transferring KARMA to someone who doesn’t have any KARMA.
This is an edge case as 99% of users within KARMA have some. With the initial 2,000 bytes of RAM that karmasignups buys for new accounts, this minimal/edge case action should never restrict a user from using KARMA.
*If a user were to use their account outside of KARMA with another unrelated contract/dapp, they may be charged CPU/NET/RAM for those transactions.
CPU/NET Within KARMA Is Not An Issue
Users accounts are currently required to cover CPU/NET usage within KARMA. With the help of CPU Emergency, if a user ever runs out, a button pops up that when clicked gives the users 10 EOS delegated to them so they can continue to use the app.
KARMA Website: https://www.karmaapp.io/