Technical review Matchpool
Many people are interested in looking for people who match their interests. Matchpool is there to help out such people fulfill their interests by meeting individuals who make a match with them. Matchpool is a site that offers a platform for human connections. The matchmaking protocol it uses is decentralized and uses dynamics of a group to help those who participate in it, match with one another. It can be used for various cases like dating, education, leisure, lifestyle, businesses, membership clubs, recruitment or for health purposes. If anybody is interested in any of these areas and does not find an existing pool that interests him/her, they can create a pool of their own which can be joined by other participants interested in it, hence making a match.
A lot of dating applications have been developed, but only few have survived. They get few or no people have downloaded and are using the app. Since they do not have a matchlock, the number of male might be high by far compared to that of female, who have joined the dating application. This discourages the users since they don’t have a wide selection of female to choose from. Matchpool has a matchlock that prevents the number of big difference between the number of female and male users; the pool owner has the power to put the matchlock in his/her pool if necessary.
In this matchpool, there are rewards that are available. Any person is allowed to open and manage their own pool, and the person now becomes a pool owner. He/she can set his/her own rules and terms for the pool; they will then be rewarded once they create any matches inside the pool.
Matchpool, is the first mainstream matchmaking platform which is powered by a token (guppy) economy of cryptographic. Guppies can be bought or even sold with real money. The trusted algorithm of Matchpool automatically rewards users across the platform.
Matchpool users will divide into two catagories – Joiners & Hosts.
Joiners who wishes to enter a pool of their choice, will have to pay the pool’s requisite entry fee, which will be defined at the creation of that Pool by the Pool’s Host. In addition to this one-time registration fee, a monthly membership fee will be paid to the Pool. All payments will be held in an Ether based smart contract and will be processed using Matchpool’s network own token Guppies (GUP). While in the Pool, nature will take its course and all members would be able to interact publicly on private channels in a way resembling Slack’s interface. On the other side, users can also play the role of Hosts and Matchmakers.
The host will be the one who opens a custom Pool and gets dividends from its revenues. Matchmakers or Helpers as they are defined in the system can propose matches between two other joiners who they believe would be good partners. Those two joiners are then notified and in case they both accept, the event is added to their public notebook, and the Matchmaker get rewarded.
Both the Host of the pool and its matchmakers are entitled for shares of the Pools subscription and monthly fees, paid with GUP. Matchpool first 200,000 Users will get rewarded with GUPs upon registration enabling them to make their first steps in the platform.
Dapplets are another way Matchpool users can get rewarded. These are basically add-ons created by developers who want add to the Matchpool protocol. In practice, Dapplets work similar to Slack plugins but can enhance the experience in a number of ways. One example would be a Dapplet, which implements “Tinder” functionality: users can swipe through other users. If one of their apps creates a match of some kind for example: if a “Blind Date” game creates a real match, then the Dapplet developers are rewarded similarly to Matchmakers.
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