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HomeCOINSWhat Is KP2R.Network(KP2R) ? Complete Guide Review About KP2R.Network

What Is KP2R.Network(KP2R) ? Complete Guide Review About KP2R.Network

What Is KP2R.Network(KP2R) ?

KP2R.Network An Advanced & Incentive Enabled Decentralize Financial System Inspired by Andre Cronje’s Keeper Network “Keep2r Network” idea was born. While the DeFi space was flooding with poor attempts on making a successful fork implementation of the real one, none actually had the core functionalities baked into them to able to be even called as a successful fork. The DeFi God had some clear qualities in his version of keeper but others upon failing on doing so made millions just by creating fake hypes in the DeFi space.

KP2R.Network Following on his footsteps Keep2r Network is committed to make all the necessary developments live first then put it out to users for evaluation. They believe real developers don’t ask for funds based upon fake promises rather putting the hard works first and then let the people decide its worth.

KP2R.Network is doing just that, making developments live beforehand and then let you guys decide! Keep2r Network is a decentralized keeper network inspired by the DeFi Guru ‘Andre Cronje’ needing external develops and for external teams to find keeper jobs. It’s basically can be described as a ‘Job Matching’ site.

KP2R.Network (KP2R)Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameKP2R.Network
Short Name (KP2R)
Circulating SupplyN/A
Max SupplyN/A
Source CodeClick Here To View Source Code
Explorers Click Here To View Explorers
Twitter PageClick Here To Visit Twitter Group
WhitepaperClick Here To View
Support24/7
Official Project WebsiteClick Here To Visit Project Website

How to use KP2R.Network

  • Register the Bond
  • Bonds Pending
  • Activate Bonds
  • Your Jobs Running
  • Start the Work

Keepers

KP2R.Network are bots, scripts, other contracts, or simply EOA accounts that trigger events. This can be submitting a signed TX on behalf of a third party, calling a transaction at a specific time, or more complex functionality. Each time you execute such a function, you are rewarded in either ETH, tokens, or the systems native token KPR. The maximum amount of KPR receivable is gasUsed + premium (configured by governance). Jobs might require keepers that have a minimum amount of bonded tokens, have earned a minimum amount of fees, or have been in the system longer than a certain period of time.

Becoming a Keeper

KP2R.Network To become a keeper, you simply need to call bond(address,uint), no funds are required to become a keeper, however certain jobs might require a minimum amount of funds.

Governance

KP2R.Network governance by design has a low overhead, it is not meant to be protocol intensive. The focus is simply on reviewing and approving jobs, and if absolutely required mitigate disputes or blacklist keepers.

Participants

KP2R.Network Only bonded Keepers may participate in governance. To participate in governance a keeper must first bond KPR, once bonded they can delegate voting rights to either themselves or another party.

Managing Jobs

KP2R.Network The core function of governance is to approve and include jobs, when liquidity is provided for a job, a proposal is automatically created to include them for review. Bonded keepers will review the contracts and decide if they should be included. It is important that jobs code defensively, assume keepers will only include your job to maximize their returns, as such maximum payment thresholds have been implemented.

SafeMath

KP2R.Network Wrappers over Solidity’s arithmetic operations with added overflow checks. Arithmetic operations in Solidity wrap on overflow. This can easily result in bugs, because programmers usually assume that an overflow raises an error, which is the standard behavior in high level programming languages. SafeMath restores this intuition by reverting the transaction when an operation overflows. Using this library instead of the unchecked operations eliminates an entire class of bugs, so it’s recommended to use it always.