Moonbeam Yuki: We are fully compatible with Ethereum and plan to become an infrastructure platform focused on developer demands

Introduction:

MEXC Host: First of all, let’s welcome @Yuki to the MEXC Community! Please introduce yourself!

Source: moonbeam.network

Questions about the project

Q1

MEXC Host: Please briefly introduce the Moonbeam project and its team.

Q2

MEXC Host: Many developers want convenience.

Q3

MEXC Host: Let’s move on to the next question, which is also of concern to users. What is Moonbeam’s tokenomics? Can Moonbeam’s ecosystem development drive the appreciation of the tokens? What is the logic?

  • One is the decentralized block production or chain infrastructure, that drives the network of the staking systems on the platform.
  • Another is that this system allows us to have an open, license-free collator who is basically the block producer of the system responsible for the production block.
  1. Pay Gas fees for smart contract execution;
  2. Encourage Collators and support mechanisms to create decentralized node infrastructure for platform operations;
  3. Implement chain governance functions, including a referendum on proposals, election committee members, voting, etc.
  4. Pay for online transactions.
  1. Pay Gas fees for smart contract execution;
  2. Encourage Collators and support mechanisms to create decentralized node infrastructure for platform operations;
  3. Implement chain governance functions, including a referendum on proposals, election committee members, voting, etc.;
  4. Pay for online transactions.

Q4

MEXC Host: This is really detailed! It is understood that some of the Moonbeam tokens will be used to participate in slot auctions? Will tokens put pressure on the market? What is the core that is supporting the value of the Moonbeam token?

Q5

MEXC Host: OK, it is well known that many projects now claim to support cross-chain. Why did Moonbeam choose Polkadot for cross-chain, and why?

Q6

MEXC Host: The next question is, what can we do in Polkadot?

Q7

MEXC Host: Moonbeam is a project that is building a cross-chain bridge. Is a cross-chain bridge application required? Why? How can a cross-chain bridge be used in existing projects in Ethereum to achieve cross-chain functionality?

Q8

MEXC Host: We know that Moonbeam is a typical middle layer network, which is built on top of Polkadot and Ethereum. In the Internet world, we deal with middle layer protocols almost every time, such as Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), which allows us to browse text, pictures, videos, and other information on Web pages. That is why different types of applications, such as search engines, e-commerce, video websites, have been created with varying models of business. So, what about the future of Moonbeam, Yuki? What is the future of middle layer networks?

Q9

MEXC Host: At present, you also know that there are not quite a few projects in the Polkadot ecosystem that offer cross-chain bridges and smart contracts. What are the advantages of Moonbeam in comparison? How to cope with the competition?

Q10

MEXC Host: Alright, last question for tonight. PureStake, the parent company of Moonbeam, has received investments from Binance, Coinbase, IOSG, Hashkey, Distributed Capital, Arrington XRP, and other institutions. Why are these institutions involved in equity investment rather than currency investment? In the future, in addition to Moonbeam, does PureStake has plans to launch other projects or develop some infrastructure around Moonbeam?

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