Should Protocols Share Revenue With Token Holders? | Roundup

Jason’s traveling this week so we’ve dropped today’s Bell Curve episode in its place!

In today's episode, we discuss if protocols should distribute revenue to token holders. This debate was sparked by a Lido proposal for a token revenue share mechanism that now has all of Crypto Twitter debating the merits of revenue distribution, buyback and burn vs dividends, protocol treasuries and more. Tokenomics is a theme you can no longer ignore.

We also discuss roadblocks at Stacks (a Bitcoin scaling solution), the viability of Bitcoin's blockspace for arbitrary use cases and Tether's new BTC buying program.

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Lido revenue share proposal


Hasu's Lido response


Alex's SNX thread


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