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Last week, Zilliqa successfully hosted its first-ever virtual town hall to mark the occasion of its third anniversary, celebrate key milestones with our partners and spotlight our community, whose engagement has been invaluable to our growth into a stronger, bigger, more diverse and innovative company over the years.
The 2-hour event was moderated by award-winning presenter and journalist Angie Lau (CEO and Founder, Forkast News) and featured Changpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance as our Guest of Honour. To catch the lovely discussion we had with CZ, hear our co-founders’ recount their journey over the last three years, and to hear from Zillacracy, watch the event via Youtube. Across Zoom, YouTube and the BOLT app, the event has been viewed around 5000 times, and counting!
Social listening site LunarCRUSH utilised the ZIL-3 occasion to share some key highlights of recent our campaigns. They reported a massive upward trajectory with our social media activity, noting a +2,537.9% in the social volume over the last 6 months, nearly half a billion social engagements, with 73% of the mentions and posts being bullish in sentiment. The third edition of SocialPay, combined with the ZIL-3 event promotions culminated in explosive excitement across social media and resulted in us being named LunarCrush’s “Coin of the Day” on 31 July. We were truly honoured!
Breaking down the Zilliqa Tokenomics
There are significant changes underway within Zilliqa’s Tokenomics landscape, which were explained during the event. We break them down for you below.
These changes were initiated to expand the platform’s capabilities in absorbing newly minted tokens, which the current token economy is unable to do. We will be remedying this by restructuring some mechanisms to create an ‘active circular economy’ on-chain. This economy will be fortified by three pillars:
- Better Staking mechanisms: The change ...
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