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Powershare Mechanics

@article{Dalakishvili2019PowershareM,
  title={Powershare Mechanics},
  author={Beka Dalakishvili and Ana Mikatadze},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1907.07975}
}
This paper proposes the governance framework of a gamified social network for charity crowdfunding fueled by public computing. It introduces optimal scarce resource allocation model, technological configuration of the FIRE consensus protocol, and multi-layer incentivization structure that maximizes value creation within the network. 

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