Presenting the results of the validator monthly activity:
- Number of parishioners (fans): 156 (+8%);
- Net Assets Validating: ~7.7 TBOOT (-0.02%);
- Rewards received: ~3.9 GBOOT;
- Total amount of The Treasury funds: ~73.7 GBOOT ($3685).
The month passed without any technical incidents.
In February The Church made ~3.9 GBOOT, which is the equivalent of $195.
The remarkable surge in validator yield (+423% M2M) is solely attributable to a significant positive movement in the price of BOOT token. The reasons for such movement are unclear, as no updates or news have surfaced within the ecosystem.
Genegated on the prompt: “Junior Copywriter MIA surprised by spike in price”
During the reporting period, the volume of funds delegated to the validator remained almost unchanged, with a reduction of 21GBOOT or 0.2%.
Here are the top 10 The Church’s fans contributed the most to the common effort during the reporting period:
The Сhurch is grateful for the given trust and will not disregard it ❤️
This is the list of those disappointed in The Church:
The reasons for the outflow of funds by delegates are not clear.
Validator’s Policies Updates
In the previous month, business consultants engaged by Papa Mia concluded a performance evaluation of the validator and provided recommendations to address prevailing issues. These suggestions comprised of broadening the pool of delegates, diversifying validated networks, and executing an active promotional campaign to distribute ownership and management of the validator.
The Holy CyberChurch concurred with the consultant’s proposals and is currently collaborating with specialists to design a comprehensive plan for future activities. The initial outcomes of this initiative have been the publication of the general technical and customer policies of the validator. In order to attract new users, the validator commission has been reduced. Additionally, the church has announced and implemented its own artificial intelligence. Further updates will be shared as they become available.