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Hello Everyone!

We are glad to meet here xDai (STAKE) team – Tech and Operations Lead Igor Barinov @igorpoa and Technical Writer Andrew Gross @andrew_144!

Welcome!

1. Can you introduce yourself to Generation Crypto community? What is your background and how did you come to the idea to create xDai?

 

Igor Barinov

I’ve been involved in blockchain and the Ethereum community for a long time. We started POA Network, a sidechain with Proof of Authority consensus and bridges to Ethereum. This is where the journey to xDai started, we realized that you could use the same core infrastructure to create a stable chain, where payments and fees could all be conducted with a stable token.

By bridging Dai to xDai, we were able to run a fast and inexpensive chain for stable payments. This idea first came about at EthBerlin hackathon in 2018. We got a bunch of great validators on board like MakerDAO, Gnosis, and Portis and devs also came in to start creating apps like Burner Wallet and others.

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Can you briefly describe what is xDai in 3-5 sentences? And what is your Mission and Vision?

Igor Barinov​

In 3-5 sentences.. 

1. xDai is a stable payments platform and a cryptocurrency designed for everyday payments. With POSDAO and the STAKE currency we are introducing Proof-of-Stake security to the chain. 

2. This creates a decentralized consensus underlying the stable transactions layer. 

3. Our vision is to bring stable payments to a wide audience through everyday usage. 

4. We provide a developer-friendly environment and easy interfaces for widescale user adoption.

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5. ADOPTION!

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3. Can you name your competitors? What are the main competitive advantages of xDai?

Igor Barinov​​

It is the first stable chains and we have community support and partnerships with many industry projects. Check out the amazing list of current xDai validators https://www.xdaichain.com/about-xdai/news-and-information/current-xdai-validators

Ease of use is a major advantage – transactions are fast, very inexpensive and only require a single token. It’s what many call a “magical” experience, faster than using many other forms of payment.

Competitors.. Both STAKE and Dai (which is bridged to xDai) are Ethereum-based tokens. We are Ethereum maxis. Thus, every other smart contract platform compete with our vision.

 

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Question 1 from @anandita19855

Do you have any plans to bring PUBLIC STAKING to xDAI chain?

Igor Barinov​​​

The transition to POSDAO will proceed in phases. 

Phase 1 of this transition was completed on April 1, 2020. Below are details related to the transition & what to expect in each phase. POSDAO will launch on the xDai chain with the current xDai validators. 

Public validators and delegators will be incorporated in phase 2. Check out this section for detailed information https://www.xdaichain.com/for-stakers/stake-and-staking

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Question 2 from @Syco_crypto

Could you tell me Why xDai is needed over dai? why does it serve as a better payment intermediary?

Andrew Gross

Hi I’ll answer this one….

We tend to frame it more in terms of complimentary use cases rather than competitive. Dai is used in larger sectors for trading, capital loans, payments and lending. It works well in this context, but once you start looking at smaller day-to-day payments it becomes less useful. You need to have ETH for gas fees as well as Dai for payment, and fees for transactions are not known, and may be quite high for very small transactions. It also can take some time for a transaction to post depending on network congestion.  This is where xDai comes in. 

It is a stable platform for payments as well as a stable coin. Fees are very small, transfers are very fast, and all payments can be made with a single coin, xDai. It makes it very easy for users, and this is important as we try to onboard new users and increase adoption.  Because fees and wait times are very small, this payments method is ideal for everyday payments, like buying lunch, transferring a small amount of digital cash to a friend, etc. 

Check our FAQs for more: https://www.xdaichain.com/about-xdai/faqs#what-makes-the-xdai-coin-a-different-kind-of-stablecoin

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Question 3 from @SubjectZeroeS

What are your thoughts on the current DAPP industry? How will xDai help DAPP industry to grow?

Igor Barinov​​​

The DApp industry is still in its infancy. Most DApps are too hard to use, too slow, or have other issues that prevent the general public from jumping in. Just like with all technologies improvements are happening exponentially, and all it will take is 1 or 2 killer DApps that are usable and needed to create mass adoption. Developers have an advantage on xDai, as they can port over contracts from Ethereum, make a couple of changes to RPC endpoints and other minor things, and the DApp is ready to go. 

But, it can use the stable payment structure (like selling in-game items for consistent prices) and fast transaction speeds to improve game play.  An interesting use case we are seeing is DApps using xDai for micro-transactions, then using the bridge to move the result of those transactions back to the mainnet for liquidity. This saves DApps a lot of money on transaction costs and enables them to add increasing complexity to their DApps.  Besides these advantages, we are also committed to funding promising projects, and will have a future ecosystem fund to incentivize developers creating DApps on xDai or using STAKE.

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Question 4 from RakeshS67706314

What is the difference between stablecoin xDAI and DAI? Can xDAI be exchanged for DAI?

Andrew Gross

This is similar to the last question I answered Stablecoins on Ethereum have associated transaction fees in ETH. This leads to unstable fees and are confusing for the user. xDai solves this issue while maintaining liquidity. xDAI can be regarded as digital cash and it’s friendly for small amounts for everyday purchases. See this section for more explanation of the use cases of xDai https://www.xdaichain.com/about-xdai/use-cases

xDai is bridged from Dai – xDai on the xDai chain and Dai on the Ethereum mainnet.

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Question 5 from @lailacordi_80

What are the difference functionality between xDai Token and STAKE Token? Why is STAKE an ERC677 instead of ERC20?

Igor Barinov​​​

xDai is stable and used for stable payments, and STAKE is volatile and used for staking, to provide chain security on xDai and other chains in the future Please see here for more: https://www.xdaichain.com/about-xdai/news-and-information/dual-token-model.  We are using an ERC677 to take advantage of the`transferandCall` functionality which makes it easier to bridge STAKE between the Ethereum Mainnet and the xDai chain. 

For more information see the EIP677 standard https://github.com/ethereum/EIPs/issues/677.

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Question 6 from @Waxxiii1

Can you share some details about the xDai Chain community? Is anyone welcome to join the Community?

Andrew Gross​

Yes of course. We welcome anyone to join the community to talk about xDai, STAKE, DEFI and other topics of interest. To join the staking community, you must have the minimum amount of STAKE to participate. Right now, that means only 10 STAKE to participate in the pre-staking program on BitMax. This is a way to see what delegating STAKE is like. Once we go to public staking, you will need more to participate (1K for delegators). This is the community telegram channel where you can join us! https://t.me/xdaistable

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Question 7 from @metin8688

Why does xDai use Ethereum Bridges? How to ensure uninterrupted transfer of assets between chains by connecting xDai Stable Chain to Ethereum main network?

Igor Barinov​​​​

We use bridges for interoperability with the Ethereum, it is vital to the model. A stable sidechain is used for fast, stable transactions, but the Ethereum is still used for liquidity, access to DEXs, exchanges and other tools. The xDai bridge has its own set of validators (which is a subset of the network validators) which ensure transactions are processed correctly and monitors in place to check asset transfers.  
 
The Arbitrary Message Bridge (AMB) is a really cool new development which allows for cross-chain method calls and provides infrastructure for projects to create their own asset transfer mechanisms. They can use the AMB to move their own tokens from the xDai chain to the Ethereum Mainnet. The AMB just received funding from the Ethereum Ecosystem Support Program, so new features will be coming to enable additional bridge functionality.  More about the xDai AMB is here:  https://docs.tokenbridge.net/eth-xdai-amb-bridge/about-the-eth-xdai-amb
 
AMB bridge can transfer all existing and future token types between networks.

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Question 8 from @JhonathanCh

What wallets will be available to use $STAKE? What goals do you want to achieve about $STAKE token by the end of 2020?

Andrew Gross​​

Really most Ethereum wallets can store and send STAKE now if they add it as a custom token. The address is:  0x0Ae055097C6d159879521C384F1D2123D1f195e6. 

If you need instructions on how to add to a wallet like metamask, those are available here: https://www.xdaichain.com/for-stakers/stake-token/get-stake/add-stake-to-metamask.     

Some wallets are already adding STAKE native compatibility, I believe Trust Wallet is working on this, and Nifty Wallet, which is a MetaMask alternative.  When STAKE is used for public staking, it needs to be moved to the xDai chain, and xDai supported wallets (like Nifty Wallet and Alpha Wallet) will be the most usable. I’m sure many more will add native STAKE compatibility as well. Here is a current list of the wallets that support xDai:  https://www.xdaichain.com/for-users/wallets

Goals are related to what Igor mentioned before…. public usage and ADOPTION!!

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Question 9 from @TrinhDucLuong9

What is your background and how did you come to the idea to create your project? What is the business model of the project?

Igor Barinov​​​​

We had experience with sidechains and bridges to Ethereum. So the infrastructure was there, but the idea for creating a stablechain actually happened at an Ethereum event in 2018 (EthBerlin). A group of projects was discussing stable coins and their usage, and how they were a great advancement in the space, but that peer-to-peer payments were difficult. It took too long, you needed multiple coins etc. So we came up with the idea of a stable chain, developed strictly for stable payments with a single coin for transactions. To read more about the team and the history of xDai, see here: https://www.xdaichain.com/media/xdai-dev-team

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And the last Question 10 from @nik_crypt7

How do you plan to build an ecosystem of users, partners, and other digital services in the DeFi space?

Igor Barinov​​​​​

We’ve been in the Ethereum space for a long time, and have worked with many of the great projects that are really innovating. Of course users are the most important asset, and we are reaching them through a chain that is simple to use, and tools that make connecting to xDai simple. 

The Burner Wallet is the most well known. It has reached 1000s of users through conferences and events. Many of these are users with no prior crypto experience. By supporting developers who are committed to creating user-friendly tools, we can bring in a new wave of users. We already have great collaborations with projects in the space, and will continue to pursue partnerships that make sense. For a list of the initial validators who will help bring public staking to xDai, please see: https://www.xdaichain.com/about-xdai/news-and-information/current-xdai-validators

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What development has xDaiChain obtained after the publicly-listed software firm Splunk started using your sidechain?

Andrew Gross​​​

Splunk chose to independently develop some monitoring tools on xDai – they really helped with transparency and allowed users to see some interesting data points. One thing they display is the cost savings for transactions on xDai vs Eth Mainnet. Tools like this help with adoption.

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Hey there Igor, you are mentioning you are planning to achieve mass adoption of STAKE.

How are you planning to do that and is there already significant adoption in the pipeline that you could give a sneak peak on? 🙂

Igor Barinov​​​​​

xDai is the first major dapp which will use STAKE for staking. We have a concept of multi-chain staking https://www.xdaichain.com/about-xdai/features#multi-chain-staking-token we will work on adopting staking of STAKE on other chains and application. Staking is a universal utility. Thus, a universal staking token can be adopted by many staking applications which will share the same emission model and benefits of STAKE’s access to infrastructure

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What are biggest pros/advantages of hodling xDai than other stablecoins?

Andrew Gross

None really – xDAi is meant to be spent. Use it for transactions, or put it in savings as you would other stablecoins. STAKE is different, it is the volatile coin but we also encourage usage – in this case using it to provide consensus security.

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xDai’s stable network enabled the creation of a new category of currencies, CICs –COMMUNITY INCLUSIVE usive CURRENCIES which is currently being used in about Five villages in KENYA. 

Can you tell us more about it, how does it work and why did you choose Kenya as the first country to start using this new digital currency ?

Any possibility of Replicating something like this in Nigeria as there is great prospects for crypto in the country due to it youthful population?

Igor Barinov​​​​​

The Grassroots Economics working in Kenya by their our reasons. We helped them to get benefits of xDai and supporting with our technical expertise. The project itself is doing great and getting massive adoption https://www.grassrootseconomics.org/post/covid-19-cic-response-500x

> Any possibility of Replicating something like this in Nigeria as there is great prospects for crypto in the country due to it youthful population?

Absolutely agree. I am impressed by a growing number of CMs from Nigeria in telegram groups – young, crypto native, with good writing skills.

Would be happy to connect with the Kenian project. Please send an email to team@xdaichain.com or DM after the AMA

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The market crash and the market recovery. 

The crash impacted too much and they barely recovering now. 

Did anything happen to xdai when the market crashed worlwide?

Andrew Gross​

No – xDai remained stable. This is a very interesting time for crypto and we think the crashing markets will lead to adoption. We are exploring increasing collateral types as well, to further insure stablecoin stability on the xDai chain.

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Could you brief us about future use-case with DAO voting & governance? On xDai platform, How can fee be reduced ?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​

DAOs are everywhere. POSDAO consensus is a form of DAO with a specific feature to protect the network in exchange for emission from the protocol😏
 
Fees can be subsidized on the network. xDai supports GSN (gas station network) protocol. There are working relayers working from OpenZeppelin and other orgs. Also, STAKE token supports permit() function of Dai and can be relayed by someone else paying for gas fees

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What are the differences between STAKE REWARDS, xDAI REWARDS and EXIT REWARDS? Why there is MULTIPLE REWARDS system?

Andrew Gross​​

We are creating a multiple incentive layer for stakers. STAKE Rewards will be paid for producing blocks, xDai (stable) rewards for bridge fees and transaction fees. We also have CHAI rewards which will accumulate based on the amount of DAI locked in the protocol.  EXIT rewards are currently in exploration, this is a synthetic stable coin. However, EXIT is still highly experimental, and likely won’t be introduced at the start of the staking process. Multiple rewards are interesting to us and to users – some volatile and some stable – as a way to ensure that stakers are invested in the security of the chain.

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Can someone explain me the different mechanisms for creating stable currencies? 

Why is xDai or HyperDAO different from USD Tether and why is the xDai method better or even necessary?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​

There is a good paper on different mechanisms for creating stable currencies https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3466371

xDai is a derivative of Dai with 1:1 value. It’s created by bridging Dai from Ethereum to xDai. 

xDai method is not creating additional coins but giving existing Dai coins new features. Think about it like it’s an upgrade to business class while you still flight in the same airplane.

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Do you have any Privacy related grant Program? 
Transaction History on xDai is “pseudo anonymous” 
Can you explain What “pseudo anonymous” means?

Andrew Gross​​​

We do – we are very interested in privacy preserving transactions and have a zk privacy fund which we plan to open in Q2. Info is located here: https://www.xdaichain.com/for-developers/grants/zk-zero-knowledge-privacy-fund

Pseudo anonymous means that people can follow the transaction trail, much as they can on Bitcoin or Ethereum. Addresses are anonymous (identities), but that doesn’t guarantee privacy. We are looking at ways to solve this with tools like Tornado.cash and others.

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I am Following Xdai closely,

Recently I saw Xdai’s Tweet requesting Coin market cap for listing purpose, Can you talk about it? Because this listing really gives more adoption to projects

There are some non-performing projects already listed on CMC, Dont you think its biased nature from CMC?

When in near future can we see the listing?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

CMC replied in Twitter. We hope to get it listed on CMC. in my personal opinion, Coingecko is superb service https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/xdai-stake

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I have a few questions about the team, how many developers are working on the project?

Andrew Gross​​​

Here’s some info about our development team – these are the project team leads. We have other devs who support these main teams.  https://www.xdaichain.com/media/xdai-dev-team

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How much of an impact did the pandemic of Corona on the development and progress of xDai?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

We were full remove before Covid-19. It didn’t affect us much (besides increasing of productivity) but it unfortunately affected many other people. We hope the best for everyone affected 🙏

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As a new comer, which steps will be the easiet way for a random person to start staking on xDai ? Which conditions and requirement does it need?

Andrew Gross​​​

Hi – welcome! Right now you can pre-stake on BitMax. This is a good way to get started with the idea of delegating STAKE, but it is not public staking. Public staking is scheduled to start in August. We are working hard right now on a very slick and easy User Interface that will allow you to delegate on different validators, move, claim and withdraw STAKE and other features. It will be intuitive and we think will bring in a lot of people interested in staking. So start by getting some STAKE and try delegated pre-Staking, and we will be announcing the UI and providing instructions as we roll it out.

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What has been the most challenging part in the development of the xDai ecosystem?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

The most challenging part is POSDAO consensus. It’s a brand new protocol designed from scratch. It runs within Ethereum virtual machine. Check out the paper https://www.xdaichain.com/for-validators/posdao-whitepaper The easiest part was xDai name which was ideated by our friend Ziggy and resembles sexyDai 😃

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Why do you plan to switch xDai to public POSDAO and delegated Proof of Stake? What benefits and advantages will that bring?

Andrew Gross​​​​

The platform works well, but right now it is permissioned. The validators are pre-selected. delegated Proof of Stake will give the community a vote in who becomes a validator, and will open up candidate seats to anyone willing to stake enough STAKE. This makes it more decentralized and permissionless. It also maintains the eco-friendly nature of the chain and opens it up to the entire community.

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Why do you think Crypto influencers are important in the xDai exosystem?

How can xDai help us in these times of crisis, honestly?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

Crypto influencers are usually leaders of opinion. If they like the project that is going to be shared to their audience. Visibility is one of the most important parts of sharing good news of new ideas and protocols.

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No project can survive on its own. Can you tell us some of your partners in xDai and who you plan to collaborate with in the nearest future?

Andrew Gross​​​​​

I would say look at the validators list. This is a group of leaders in the community and they are helping with this transition to public staking. In addition we have some great tooling support from wallet providers as well as monitoring tools like Splunk, Anyblock Analytics, theGraph, Chainbeat and others.

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There are many cryptocurrency startups were established by talent teams, but they got problem in raising capital via token sales due to many factors as bear market, bankrupt… This leaded their potential startups fail. So how will xDai break these barriers and attract more funds from outside crypto space

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

STAKE token was launched after xDai protocol was launched. That is a fresh approach in protocols launch in 2020 – build first and only after offer tokens to the open market.

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With the bridge infrastructure, What are your plans on Being compatible with other EVM-based chains?
Can you tell us about it?

Andrew Gross​​​​​​

The bridge is a key to xDai and interoperability with the mainnet. There is a lot of info on it here we’d invite you to take a look at: https://docs.tokenbridge.net/xdai-bridge/about..  A good way to check it out is to use the UI to transfer some Dai from the mainnet into xDai on the xDai chain.

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There are already many cryptocurrencies for Payment services even like Bitcoin! Then what is different and unique in (xDAI)?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

Bitcoin paper is titled “electronic peer to peer cash system”. The missing piece for peer to peer cash for real world usage is stability. xDAi is  a stable electronic peer to peer cash system (can I say Bitcoin 2.0?)

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Very fast transactions are amazing, but what about security?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

Security first!  https://www.xdaichain.com/for-developers/security-audits

Check out the list of security audits for STAKE, TokenBridge, POSDAO

Also, compliance is  must. We also have a legal review of STAKE token that it is a utility token designed to be used in consensus algorithms.

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What are the advantages of  xDAI to attract Dapps developers on its platform?

Andrew Gross​​​​​​​

As a stable payment platform, DApp developers are able to know in advance how much transactions will cost. They can also create apps with micro-transactions that are viable and not too expensive. xDai is completely compatible with Ethereum, so any DApp developed there can easily be ported over, and devs can use the same tools and languages to create and deploy DApps. Plus we have a large ecosystem fund we will use to support cool applications and developers building the next generation of stable-based DApps

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What are your major goals to archive in the next 3-4 years? Where can we see xDai ecosystem in this period? What are your plans to expand and gain more adoption?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

We hope to be a part of Ethereum 2.0 ecosystem as a stable  sidechain with payments-first usecases bridged to shards of Ethereum. STAKE token used across chains for securing consensuses and dapps. And we would like to see Dai > USDT.

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Are you taking any precautionary measures to hacker will not be able to mislead investors into sending coins to the wrong address and what security features does #xDAI use so that hackers can not get what they want?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

xDai is a non-custodial chain by design. If one send a tx to an address which he doesn’t have access too then it’s a non reversible event. Users should use multisig wallets, hardware wallets and take other security precautions like in any other public infrastructure.

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Trust is very important in security, what makes investors, customers and users feel safe when working with xDai?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

– xDai works in production since Oct 2018

– security audits for critical parts of the protocol

– open source peer reviewed code for core protocol

– good track record. No major security outages from the launch in Oct 2018

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Recently it was announced that xDai  has upgraded and is running on the OpenEthereum client. Can you tell us what this mean for Xdai? Is it something to be excited about?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

OpenEthereum is a successor of Parity Ethereum. xDai is supported by two clients. We plan to introduce support of the network with one more client Nethermind. Multi chain support is making network more resilient and is a well known measurement of decentralization. OpenEthereum is supporting POSDAO consensus and it’s the only staking consensus supported in a core Ethereum client. I fell excited about it!

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Suppose that Xdai is used as a payment instrument, like dollar all over the world. Do you think you will face the scalability problem? Can your current system and infrastructure scale enough?

Andrew Gross​​​​​​​​

xDai can scale in several directions, both horizontally and vertically to handle increased demand. With vertical scaling, validators can optimize their nodes and work with protocol upgrades as technology advances. With horizontal scalability, additional chains can be added using bridges with the TokenBridge functionality. This approach allows us to radically scale as required.

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How is the xDai project sustainable with a staking return of 36% per year? All projects are around 5-10% and xDai gives us triple! How is this possible?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​

36 is for pre-staking promo programm on BitMax. It’s not subsidized from the emission of the protocol but from a liquidity fund. You can read about it here https://www.xdaichain.com/for-stakers/stake-and-staking/pre-staking-program
Protocol emission will be capped to 15% and effective likely will be lower.

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What work have you developed on TokenBridge oracles and what tools or changes will be made soon?

Andrew Gross​​​​​​​​

I invite you to take a look at the TokenBridge docs at https://docs.tokenbridge.net/ We’ve been working on some really cool use cases, like bridging sUSD from the mainnet to the xDai chain, and a CryptoKitties example which shows you how to bridge non-fungible assets. We’ve been mostly focused on the AMB bridge, and recently received a grant for bridge development from the Ethereum Ecosystem Support program. You will able to follow our progress here as it relates to the xDai bridge and other bridges in development.

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What news do you have about the new Alternative Receiver feature integrated into the bridge contracts at the end of 2019? Have they reported good news?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​​

This feature was designed to be used with Gnosis Safe application. We expect it to be a use case for xDai in 2020

Also, alternative receiver can simplify integration with dapps on Ethereum and other chain.

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Q1. Why did Xdai (STAKE) developed an On-chain, decentralized Random Number Generator? 

Q2. Xdai (STAKE) uses a Permissionless delegated Proof-Of-Stake based consensus with public POSDAO.  Can you tell us some of it features that makes it unique compared to other existing Consensus Algorithms?

Igor Barinov​​​​​​​​

Q1. Why did Xdai (STAKE) developed an On-chain, decentralized Random Number Generator? 

on-chain PRNG is important for POSDAO consensus to provide more inclusive access to participation in validator set for candidates

also, it can be used by apps, like games of chance. Check out our randomness explainer https://www.xdaichain.com/for-developers/on-chain-random-numbers

Q2. Xdai (STAKE) uses a Permissionless delegated Proof-Of-Stake based consensus with public POSDAO.  Can you tell us some of it features that makes it unique compared to other existing Consensus Algorithms?

my favorite features:

– easy to customize and upgrade

– fair distribution between validators and delegators across pools

– protocol implemented in Solidity

– protocol working in deterministic environment

– implementation included into a major Ethereum client

Gcrypto Team​

Thanks for your time, team!

We heard lots of insights today about xDai

Thanks for this!

And thanks our community for so lots of questions, as well