4.2 Value and Incentive Structure of PEM

PEM coins serve various roles within the POW+S blockchain ecosystem. Firstly, PEM coins are used as transaction fees to cover the costs necessary for maintaining the network. Additionally, users holding PEM coins gain the right to participate in governance, contributing to the major decision-making processes of the blockchain.

The PEM Project offers various incentives to coin holders to encourage participation in the ecosystem. The main incentive models are as follows:

  1. Super Node Rewards: Super node operators receive PEM coins as rewards for block validation and network management. The rewards are distributed differentially based on the performance, availability, and contributions of the Super Nodes.

  1. Staking Rewards: PEM coin holders can stake their coins to contribute to network security and receive rewards in return. The staking reward rates vary depending on the staking period and amount.

  1. Governance Participation Rewards: PEM coin holders can actively participate in blockchain governance and earn additional rewards through meaningful proposals and voting activities.

The value of PEM coins is expected to continuously rise with the growth of the blockchain network and the expansion of the ecosystem. The PEM Project has designed a coin economy that enables mutual benefits for various stakeholders, including miners, super node operators, and coin holders. This approach aims to foster long-term ecosystem development.

The mining and incentive structure of PEM coins offers attractive investment opportunities for blockchain experts. Miners can achieve predictable profits through the Set-Mining method, while Super Node operators and coin holders can expect long-term returns through various incentive models. Based on this coin economy model, the PEM Project aims to grow into an innovative platform leading the blockchain industry.

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