🕸️ Tokenomics and Security Framework

The tokenomics architecture within the Tonomy is strategically designed to ensure optimal allocation and utilisation of system resources. It simultaneously aims to incentivise resource availability and prevent the overuse of resources that could lead to denial-of-service attacks. The inner details of the resource allocation model are designed to stay hidden from users under normal operating circumstances, such that they should only manifest to a user that is trying to attack the system to prevent it, or when a user needs to add priority to their transaction to ensure execution.

This segment delves into the incentives associated with network infrastructure and the payment mechanisms that support these incentives. The network may necessitate additional fiscal considerations for compensating governing council members and other key contributors in governance services, such as judges and prosecutors within the arbitration system, which are handled through the governance Treasury feature based on ecosystem preferences. As these are not infrastructure critical features, ecosystem fund allocations such as governance and arbitration incentives are not part of the security framework.

The tokenomics system also serves as a streamlined and user-friendly payment mechanism, facilitating transactions between users, DAOs, and within the governance infrastructure. Its modular and configurable nature allows tailored monitoring and adaptation to meet specific ecosystem requirements.

The Pangea - LEOS Tokenomics document outlines the specific tokenomics model to be implemented in the forthcoming Pangea civilization launch through the LEOS currency. Alternative network configurations may adopt different models.

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