I’m sure it’s documented somewhere. I mean the landing page reads:
Oracles Network is open to any participant. There is no censorship for transactions. It’s an Ethereum platform with better speed and lower price for contracts. You can start your own network based on Oracles Network.
Does this mean we in fact will be a “competitor” with the main ethereum network, while at the same time using their exact infrastructure. People will choose to deploy their dApp on Oracle rather than on the Ethereum mainnet because of speed and price advantages correct? So essentially we are both a competitor as well as an evangelizer of the Ethereum blockchain because we are a sub-market as an alternative option for people developing on their chain.
Also, I assume there will not be a faucet for the main oracle network and all tokens created will be through mining. What are we calling these tokens… like OETH? Should I be helping push forward the dApp in charge of registering my Payout key? Or does official mining not start until we launch production?
Sorry for so many questions, again, you’ve probably addressed these somewhere else so if you’d point me to the correct paper or article to read that would be great. Thanks