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What’s happening in reality is that people participate in an ICO for its project fundamentals as well as its potential, and in some extreme cases people participate in a pump’n’dump scheme to benefit from price manipulation.

Becoming a delegate is more like running a project where you’ll need to write proposals, you’ll need coding and scripting skills, you’ll need to provide certain level of security, you’ll need to market and gain users (votes) etc.

A common scenario in DPOS systems, delegates create proposals for why you should vote for them, example Ark Delegates, where most delegate candidates propose profit sharing structure in order to gain votes.

In Nexus, there’s also a channel called Public Channel, as the name suggests, anyone can participate in the Public Channel.

You can participate by running light clients that only register and confirm transactions (but still economically incentivized) , or you could run full nodes which can actually validate transactions.

While a delegate serves similar functions to a masternode, the key difference here is that becoming a delegate takes a very different approach.

Becoming a delegate is quite different from running a masternode, where you can simply stake and lock a certain amount of tokens to secure one.

This is another common misconception that you’re being paid to lock a certain amount of tokens, but in fact you’re paid to provide services to the network.

Tokens aren’t exactly staked because you can never lose any during your service, unless of course you decide to attack your own network but then it is going against your own interest and will require insane amount of money (80% MNs), so in a sense this is proof of commitment.

Today I’m going to explain in detail what DPOS is and how it fits into the puzzle of ICON’s incentive system.

I will try to keep this article as ELI5 as possible, feel free to open up a discussion at the channel for detailed explanation.

Many of the existing projects are able to calculate precise ROI, not as an estimation, but derived from historical data.