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“What seems to be happening is people are sending these eos [coins] and sending them straight back again [after eidos returns their eos],” Bouktila explained.
By giving people profit motive to do more actions rather than spend more money, EIDOS seems to have been designed to test the capacity of EOS itself.
In order to do anything on EOS a user needs to stake a proportional amount of eos tokens, either to make computations (CPU), move data (NET) or store information (RAM). Early on, users directly staked for any of these things (an account could not even get registered without a little bit of eos).
On their own stake, a user can only run so many transactions per day. “They’ve exhausted their own resources,” Boutkila said. That’s usually OK, though, because then a user can turn to the Resource Exchange or REX, a smart contract built by Block.One that lets users stake eos for others to use.
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