Token Economics

Blockchain enables provably scarce digital tokens. As this nascent field has yet to finalise around standardised token structures, each project can choose how to link their project to their token. The characteristics and details of this economic relationship is being increasingly referred to as tokenomics.

Resilience have devised the ArkiToken project with the CBC. This is an ambitious open source project environment. where developers and owners of major projects can introduce a token economy throughout the undertaking. This will consist of a series of enablers aimed at capturing 100% of the critical information for a project in a digital blockchain passport.

Within Arkitoken, we are considering enabling the issuance of project specific tokens that would reflect the value of the completed construction project, and enable micro payments that might be used to incentivise actions such as the uploading of information. Such a token could distribute the gains created by using the Arkitoken platform, and dove tail the interests and objectives of all sides.

Resilience have proposed a token environment where the token carries a payload which can vary according to the specific task that is required. A series of protocols will be designed to permit a developer or project owner to retain cricital information in a digital passport, thereby tokenising the entire development if required.