Livepeer’s mission is to “build the world’s open video infrastructure” by offering video transcoding via peer to peer infrastructure built on Ethereum.
From an idea to an upgrade, the Livepeer improvement cycle is clear and simple: write an LIP on Github, discuss, vote, and then implement.
Polls are set to be the voting process for Livepeer improvement proposals. This is a look at the well-deliberated voting process that the Livepeer community is preparing to use to begin the foray into decentralized governance.
Livepeer transcoding fees earned by orchestrators will continue to grow based on their transcoding capacity, availability, and market price.
Livepeer's governance process will be simple & useful. Here’s how it will work and how it will become more decentralized.
How should Livepeer be governed? Figment is working with the Livepeer team to educate the Livepeer community, to make design considerations, and to help bootstrap governance participation.
We recommend using the Ledger hardware wallet if you or your organization would like to maintain complete control of your assets in a secure way.
Livepeer is a rewarding proof of stake (PoS) project to be participating in — particularly in this early phase, where rewards may be as high as 1.5x.
On September 12, 2019, Chris, Lorien, and I discussed governance with the Livepeer team and community.
A bet on Livepeer is a bet on allocative capacity. This is the premise: idle compute capacity will always be cheaper than dedicated capacity.
Well, it’s official: the lofty promises made during the 2017 crypto frenzy have come up dramatically short, but Livepeer is different.