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Stakeholders in the Crypto Ecosystem

A stakeholder is a word in English that means “interested party” used within the business field to refer to all those organizations or people affected by the different decisions and activities of a company, which can impact economically, environmentally, and socially to those groups.

The term presented in 1984 by Edward Freeman in his book Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach, in which he argued that these stakeholders are an element that should be taken into account in the strategic planning of any company’s business. The concept has also been widely used in the crypto space.

In simple terms, stakeholders can be defined as all social actors that can be affected either positively or negatively, due to the decisions, objectives and action plan of a company.

Stakeholder types

● Primary

Primary stakeholders are fundamental to the operations of an organization. This group includes all those who enjoy an economic relationship with the organization, such as shareholders, workers, suppliers, and customers.

● Secondary

Secondary stakeholders are all those groups that do not participate directly in any exchange with a specific company, but they can be affected by the actions of the company. This category includes competitors, the media, and non-governmental organizations.

Who are the stakeholders of FLETA?

As in any ecosystem based on the consensus of participation, FLETA has influential stakeholders in the economy that guarantees a healthy market.

Five major groups of FLETA economy give their best to market the platform the ideal place for the development of successful use cases throughout the world. They are:

1.- Developers

FLETA developers have great merit and influence on the ecosystem, as they have written the different rules in the PoF protocol that is used by all FLETA holders.

2.- Validators, Delegators and Formulators (Miners)

They have a significant influence on the FLETA ecosystem. They have the vital task of ‘writing’ historical transactions within the blockchain. With PoF and its anti-fork system, the miners do not have to worry about divisions of the main chain and are instead encouraged to perform their tasks based on their levels of participation in the ecosystem.

3.- Investors

In the value of FLETA, the investor is also a key stakeholder. Investors have an influence when they decide to buy a number of FLETA Tokens and store them for a specified period. Just as developers control the rules of consensus, investors can control the value of FLETA.

4.- Payment / Exchange Services (Marketplace)

FLETA is working hard to create more and more market opportunities, allowing users to trade with their tokens. The ability to bring together a good number of traders, ordinary users, or even investors is critical to this segment of the ecosystem’s influencers.

5.- Merchants

Merchants are most of the stakeholders, and they generate the necessary market demand for the tokens. The final price will move according to the existing market conditions.

As can we see, in FLETA, the robustness of the ecosystem depends on all the users participating and maintaining consensus through their holdings and actions. FLETA continues to develop strategies and generate the necessary alliances to benefit all stakeholders!


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