The Osasion Block Synchronization Ledger Completes the First GAS Dividend
Since the Osasion Wallet updated the community governance section on March 5th(GMT+8), since the official announcement of the start of the block synchronization ledger campaign, in order to attract more community consensus groups and obtain 30% of the GAS fee from the Troy network, user nodes from various countries have been involved in creating communities And participate in the ledger campaign with continuous passion.
At 22:15 on April 15th(GMT+8), the separation of the GAS fee addresses of the block synchronization ledger and hyperledger was completed, ensuring that the data wear error is close to zero and the final accurate distribution. The first phase of the block synchronization ledger GAS completed the final distribution.According to statistics, there are 154 communities participating in the block synchronization ledger campaign. The final qualified block synchronization ledger reached 103, far exceeding the original limit of 100 qualified communities for stripping, and finally triggered the hyperledger and block. The address of the synchronized ledger is stripped.
According to the data monitoring on the Osasion chain, more than 15,179 voting currency holding addresses participated in the first GAS fee distribution, accounting for 68.43% of the activated MPOS ledger.It is reported that the cumulative amount of the first GAS fee participating in the distribution this time exceeds 14,000, and the average synchronization account book for each block obtains 136.18521727 AUC.According to the Block Synchronization Ledger Campaign Version 1.0, every time the subsequent GAS fee collection reaches 1,000 AUC, the secondary distribution will be triggered immediately, and is not limited by time.It should be noted that the upper limit of block synchronization ledger is 300. If it does not reach 300, the smart contract on the chain will automatically identify the block synchronization ledger that meets the valid number of 101 votes as a qualified block synchronization ledger.If there are more than 300 block synchronization ledgers participating in the election, under the premise of meeting 101 votes, qualified block synchronization ledgers will be identified according to the voting order.
With the normalization of interactive transfers on the chain, the data collected by F.VOB-TOCC provides a data model for ecological interaction and puts forward higher design requirements for the subsequent community governance of the campaign community.At the same time, after the separation of the GAS fee collection addresses for the block synchronization ledger and the hyperledger, the total number of GAS fee collection for the hyperledger has exceeded 18,700.Currently, 32 Hyperledgers have been deployed, and 27 are being followed up. There is no detailed disclosure of the GAS fee distribution involving Hyperledger. Please continue to pay attention to the latest announcement of Osasion.
Osasion public chain is committed to building a distributed financial ecosystem on the decentralized asset consensus chain.The first MPOS consensus mechanism will create a distributed and decentralized financial empowerment network that is jointly built and shared by the main body of consensus. Financial innovation at the protocol layer will promote the fairness and scalability of the encrypted asset world.Osasion integrates consensus to build assets. Through a new ecological digital economy of distributed governance, it fits the core concept of decentralized finance and is committed to building an asset consensus public chain that benefits tens of millions of consensus nodes.
Osasion public chain created the world’s first MPOS (Multiple consensus impower single sign-on Proof of stake), and established a completely decentralized distributed node autonomous system through 25 million nodes.The joint construction of the overall public chain nodes allows everyone to participate and reward fairness and justice.The design of the node puts users in the network, and Osasion’s nodes will no longer be users but participants in the main body of the public chain, enjoying the rights of users and owners.