Economics 101 teaches that incentives are the backbone of consumer choices. Economics assumes that agents are rational decision-makers according to the incentives of their surroundings. Ethereum is designed in such a way to promote integrous behavior and punish bad behavior for a sustainable model.
Understand the basics internet bonds and practical uses
Be able to describe and assess economic implications of internet bonds
the third generation of internet services
distinguishes itself from Web 2.0 with its developments in machine learning, artificial intelligence, enhanced security, decentralized structure, and advanced connectedness
decentralized bond structure made possible through the advent of Web 3.0 and Eth 2.0
require a deposit of 32 ETH as collateral, creating a contract that promises rewards based on participation in the network
How are incentives aligned in Ethereum to promote good behavior and punish bad behavior?