The 26th week of SourceCred trial payouts are here! A hosted instance of SourceCred running on the Maker forum can be found here.
For details on opting in, see Opting in to Sourcecred/Wth is SourceCred?.
With the passing of the November Governance Cycle Bundle, the SourceCred Funding Declaration of Intent has been ratified As detailed in the the SourceCred Pilot Extension post, the SourceCred trial will be extended for an additional six months, during which time details of a technical integration can be worked out. This will include experimenting with the algorithm to determine optimal parameters, creating a process whereby parameters can be determined and ratified by Maker Governance, creating a process whereby Cred scores can be calculated and communicated in a reliable and trust-minimized way, and building an integration that allows tokens to be distributed directly from the protocol.
WARNING: Cred scores and payouts may see volatility in the coming months as we tweak the algorithm and payout parameters. We still have a lot of work to do before the system is optimized enough to “ossify” , producing predictable payouts.
In case you missed it, starting in December (next week), payouts are increasing from 2,500 DAI/week to 5,000 DAI/week For more details and motivations behind the change, see Increasing SourceCred Payouts.
This week $2,500 worth of DAI was distributed based on Cred scores. Navigate to the DAI Accounts tab of the Maker instance to see your current DAI balance and total DAI earned.
This week saw the amount of Cred generated (a proxy for work) continue its uptrend. This week’s numbers were helped by a number of high-effort posts dropping, as detailed below in the Top Contributions section.
New participants continue to trickle in, with two new contributors opting in this week. 51 contributors are now receiving payouts.
Below are the top 10 posts created last week, ranked by Cred generated.
Below are the top 10 contributors last week, ranked by Cred generated.
Top New Contributors
Below is a chart of the top new Cred earners in the last six weeks (i.e. their first contribution was made during last six weeks).
If you have any questions or concerns about the scores, data or presentation thereof, please don’t hesitate to ask!