AMA with Sukhavati

🎙 Join us for an AMA in the @Decentralized_Club Telegram group, where our honorable guest, Mindaugas Savickas (CEO and Co-Founder) from Sukhavati will be answering your questions and providing more insight about their project.

Also, stand a chance to get rewarded. 😉

📝 Guidelines:
Segment 1: Introduction (@Calebkure will interact with the Sukhavati team).
Segment 2: Twitter Questions.
Segment 3: Website Questions.
Segment 4: Live Telegram Questions.

➖ A pool worth 100$ USDT to be airdropped.

1️⃣ 4 best Telegram questions get 10$ each.
2️⃣ 3 best Twitter questions get 10$ each.
3️⃣ 3 best Website questions get 10$ each.

📌 In order to be eligible for any prizes, you must join Sukhavati Official Telegram & Twitter before AMA! ‼️

➖ Date & Time: 13.10.2021 🗒 at 2PM (UTC) | 7.30PM (IST) | 10.00AM (EST) ⌚️

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AMA with Sukhavati

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84 thoughts on “AMA with Sukhavati”

  1. Many people want to learn about your project but they have problems with English, so are you planning to raise awareness about your project in different countries where English is not good? Do you have a Marketing strategy aimed at developing many different communities?

    • Telegram Username: Menimbabam
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  2. Vast majority of Crypto projects are built just for the sole purpose of amassing wealth for themselves. So, I want to know the value you aim to add to crypto industry that will bring greater abundance to the industry?

    • Telegram Username: Menimbabam
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  3. Do your project support staking program? If yes. how is your stake system work, can you tell me what is the requirement for user if they want to stake in your platform?

    • Telegram Username: Menimbabam
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  4. There are a large number of crypto asset storing platforms. How does #Sukhavati differ from other platforms and what additional protection and security does this TEE & Substrate based platform provide?

    • Telegram Username: @albertjaison
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  5. About 80% of investors focus only on the short-term token price, rather than understanding the true value of the project. Can you tell us about the motivations and benefits of investors holding your tokens for the long term?

    • Telegram Username: byburodo
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  6. The Sukhavati platform works on EpoSt & PoC consensus mechanism to solve the current limitations of high computing power. But can you tell us how efficient and trustable is Sukhavati platform? Can users store any of their valuables in your platform?

    • Telegram Username: @albertjaison
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  7. Smart contracts are vulnerable to bugs and even recently three major new DeFi projects have fallen victim to this and cost users funds. How efficient and secure is your smart contract and have you audited it through any external party?

    • Telegram Username: byburodo
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  8. Should the users stake a minimum of $SKT tokens to store their assets or should they pay in $SKT for storage? Can you tell us the usecases of $SKT utility token? Where can we get them?

    • Telegram Username: @albertjaison
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  9. The mission of the Sukhavati Network is to inspire and incentivize improvements to the distributed storage ecosystem, promote it as the true infrastructure of
    the next-generation Internet, and expand a wide range of application scenarios for the implementation of the Web3.0 vision. what are this ensurance to prove us right that this project will sustain on the Long run affecting the next generation positively?

    • Telegram Username: Yomcy01
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  10. I was struck by the “PoC” consensus mechanism, which requires only a small amount of computing and IO resource consumption to maintain a high security consensus. I did not know about this consensus system, can you explain to us how it works and how it is possible that it does not require so much computer consumption?

    • Telegram Username: @h1drX
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  11. Sukhavati adopts the “EPoSt” mechanism which replaces the traditional cryptographic methods based on ZKP. What advantages does the EPoSt mechanism have over the ZKP? What benefits does it bring to the user? The EPoSt mechanism is developed by you?

    • Telegram Username: @h1drX
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  12. On your website there is a link called “Mining” which is not available yet. Can you explain to me what this section of the website is? That is, what will Sukhavati mining consist of and what unique characteristics will it have?

    • Telegram Username: @h1drX
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  13. Sukhavati mission as I read from your website is “to inspire and incentivize improvements to the distributed storage ecosystem…”. Well, I’d ask to ask what the current problems to the storage ecosystem you see that warrants these improvements you’re bringing.

    • Telegram Username: @kaptinblack
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  14. The word ‘Sukhavati’ also known as Western Paradise, refers to the western pure land of Amitābha in Mahayana Buddhism. How does this relate to your project?, Why have you choose this name for your project??

    • Telegram Username: @Mikexzite
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  15. When can users participate in “storage mining and provision of trusted computing resources giving full play to the advantages of decentralized network structure”? And for how long would this be.
    Can you also give a complete breakdown of halving stages during minning

    • Telegram Username: @stephesonfresh
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  16. Security has always been Sukhavati Network’s top priority from technical design to code implementation. How does the Sukhavati security work in terms of technical design, in the case of comineria with the chia network and in the storage layer as you see the TEE?

    • Telegram Username: @Josegamboac
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  17. The core of the Sukhavati token economy model is designed to ensure the long-term evolution and stability of the entire network. Block rewards will incentivize participants differently at different stages. How does the Sukhavatin token economy model work? What kind of reward will the participants receive?

    • Telegram Username: @Josegamboac
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  18. Sukhavati has successfully raised rounds of around $ 12 million right now. Are you looking for additional funds? Are you open to a strategic round of the top tier fund?

    • Telegram Username: @Josegamboac
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  19. Community for SukHavatin is priority number 1, that is why we focus on mining communities first as they will benefit greatly from our hot project! What kind of benefits does SukHavatin offer to your community? What is the community participation in the platform?

    • Telegram Username: @Lestmarisv13
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  20. In the future scenario of Web3.0 and IOT (Internet of Things), a large amount of data will be generated. Web3.0 applications will need a decentralized data access service. How is SukHavatin preparing to be this platform of the future that provides security and transparency?

    • Telegram Username: @Lestmarisv13
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  21. A key component of the Web3.0 ecosystem is still missing: a decentralized data storage infrastructure. Sukhavati has created Pure Land in the Web3.0 ecosystem. How does Sukhavati inspire the improvement of the distributed storage ecosystem? They will be the true infrastructure for the Internet?

    • Telegram Username: @Lestmarisv13
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  22. SUKHAVATI platform aims to provide a decentralized cloud service network focused on storage to its community. How effective has your approach been so far? How has community adopted Sukhavati platform well? Can you tell us how will Sukhavati bring huge gains for investors?

    • Telegram Username: @diamput1
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  23. How do users participate in Sukhavati’s mining? Are there mandatory requirements for hardware, miners, and equipment?

    • Telegram Username: @uci000
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  24. Crypto mining and related applications consume so much energy globally that it has been compared to Argentina’s yearly electricity consumption. A substantial amount of this energy is polluted. What is the most effective strategy to make $SKT really environmentally friendly?

    • Telegram Username: @uci000
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  25. A good project always has competition and duplication of ideas. What is the long-term vision of SUKHAVATI in the blockchain market to keep up with the trends with technology, community and related issues?

    • Telegram Username: @uci000
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  26. The native Sukhavati token is $SKT, can you share with us the Tokenomics of this asset? And also, what are the use cases of the $SKT token?

    • Telegram Username: @mctrho
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  27. Can you explain to me in detail what is Trusted Execution Environment (TEE)? I do not fully understand what is the function of this mechanism and what is its importance. What data does it keep and how can you protect it?

    • Telegram Username: @mctrho
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  28. Sukhavati will develop a storage parachain for the Polkadot ecosystem, providing data access gateway services for all the applications connected to the Polkadot Relay Chain. Why did you choose Polkadot to do this? What benefits and advantages does this provide?

    • Telegram Username: @mctrho
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  29. Sukhavati has a very striking consensus layer. Proof of Capability (PoC) and Efficient Proof of Space-Time (EPoSt) are used as the consensus mechanism within the platform. Can you explain the usefulness of each of these protocols? What are the improvements they bring to the Sukhavati ecosystem and how have they improved its interoperability?

    • Telegram Username: @Thomas23P
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  30. Its main mission is to inspire and incentivize improvements in the distributed storage ecosystem and expand a wide range of application scenarios. Can you say at this point that you have achieved even half of this mission? Have you improved and expanded storage and applications with your platform?

    • Telegram Username: @AgenciaATM
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  31. Thanks to an efficient consensus mechanism, a significant number of devices at the edge of the network can provide reliable computing resources. What exactly are these information resources? Could you tell us about them and their main advantages?

    • Telegram Username: @VickyJ09
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  32. Will you do token burning and developer buy backs for $SVT to sustain the token price and limit its supply?

    • Telegram Username: @Jmagsss
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  33. Transparency and trust is so important for investors and users with this kind of big projects, for Sukhavati, would you care to share with us some details and credibility of your team?

    • Telegram Username: @Jmagsss
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  34. There are already many decentralized storage out there like the famous $STORJ and $FIL. When it comes to Sukhavati ,what are its advantages and upper hands the your project has?

    • Telegram Username: @Jmagsss
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  35. I read that Sukhavati describes itself as an “Environmentally Friendly” project, can you tell us more? What makes Sukhavati eco-friendly? Couldn’t this environmentally friendly title be counterproductive as it could affect the efficiency of the project?

    • Telegram Username: @guddu201912
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  36. I saw on twitter and telegram about the project they mention that by the end of the year they will allow users and investors of the platform to vote, but can you give some details about these voting mechanisms? What kind of decisions could users vote on?

    • Telegram Username: @Arriiiaaaannnnna
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  37. In recent years, technologies around the layer 2 blockchain, solutions have developed dramatically. How does “Sukhavati ” fit into the boom of layer 2 networks? What makes it Sukhavati and different from all other platforms of this type?

    • Telegram Username: @Blockchain2706
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  38. As we know that Sukhavati’s mission is to inspire and drive improvement in the distributed storage ecosystem. Currently, what do you consider to be the main weaknesses or limitations of distributed storage systems and what improvements would you implement through your project?

    • Telegram Username: @Sashasam05
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  39. Crypto mining and its related applications consume so much energy worldwide that it is compared to Argentina’s annual electricity consumption. Most of that energy is dirty. How to make $SKT truly eco-friendly?

    • Telegram Username: @Arya19970
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  40. As we know that SUKHAVATI platform aims to provide a decentralized cloud service network focused on storage to its community. How effective has your approach been so far? How has community adopted Sukhavati platform well? Can you tell us how will Sukhavati bring huge gains for investors?

    • Telegram Username: @anushreegoyal12
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  41. As I know, since DeFi space is still in its infancy, there is still a lot of infrastructure to be built to solve the problem of contract security, liquidation risks, speed and cost of transactions. So how does SUKHAVATI solve these problems?

    • Telegram Username: @PSG87
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  42. How can I keep my Chia account safe if I want to mine SKT? Will this result in loss of XCH or loss of computing power? Will it affect my current XCH benefits?

    • Telegram Username: @Khushgra23
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  43. Why did Sukhavati choose to participate in the storage track? Compared with other storage projects, what are Sukhavati’s unique features and advantages?

    • Telegram Username: @Sashasam05
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  44. In Sukhavati the Proof of Capability (PoC) and Efficient Space-Time Test (EPoSt) are used as a consensus mechanism. What are the advantages that using these systems as consensus mechanisms brings to your platform? What practical effects can we, the users, notice thanks to this?

    Thanks!

    • Telegram Username: @shitosan
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  45. Sukhavati is a very interesting name. Could you tell us about its origin and exactly what it means? Why did you decide to name your project that way?

    Thank you!

    • Telegram Username: @shitosan
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  46. Is there any particular market or region of the world where Sukhavati expects to focus the development of your business particularly intensively?

    Thank you!

    • Telegram Username: @shitosan
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  47. There are now so many applications worldwide that consume a lot of energy and capacity in the equipment, what are the benefits that SUKHAVATI will provide for a low consumption and better utility of those applications?

    • Telegram Username: @charlotteD07
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  48. SUKHAVATI the Web3.0 how will it be obtained? Will it be for App applications? Will the user have to pay for the storage capacity purchased?

    • Telegram Username: @charlotteD07
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  49. What level of security do they provide in the cloud and if they have a storage limit?

    • Telegram Username: @charlotteD07
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  50. position itself as one of the best asset storage platforms and thus attract more users to this community, how would the profit margin be in the short or long term?

    • Telegram Username: @SanoMario
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  51. Sukhavati is focused on storage services so it is inevitable to compare it with the services classified as best cloud storages services this year such as IDrive, pCloud and BackBlaze, could you tell us how can Sukhavati compare to them?

    • Telegram Username: @Arisabela
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  52. Your platform aims to be low-consumption through your PoC consensus mechanism so can you tell us if you plan to create dApps for using this service even in mobile devices? Do you plan to facilitate access to user data in different ways?

    • Telegram Username: @Arisabela
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    • You say your mission is to inspire and incentivize improvements in the distributed storage ecosystem, but why focus on making improvements to “storage”? Could it be that they currently have a wide variety of storage limitations in Web3? If so, what would these problems be?

      • Telegram Username: @AugusS7
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  53. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? What milestones do you hope to achieve in this time interval? Can you please share with us the roapmap and goals of your project?

    • Telegram Username: @Antonysabu
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  54. What is your strategy to attract new investors to your project and keep them long term because Marketing is a crucial element for every project? How do you plan on letting everyone know the potential that Sukhavati has over your competitors in the market?

    • Telegram Username: @Antonysabu
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  55. It caught my attention that they will achieve a verification speed more than 100 times higher than the purely cryptographic methods, which are based on ZKP, this due to the EPoSt mechanism, but does this mechanism really only provides a better speed and that’s it?

    • Telegram Username: @AugusS7
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  56. It is known that large-scale applications under the Web3 vision require the support of decentralized storage networks, but how much computing power do they require to operate? and is this “power” only offered by Sukhavati? or are there other methods of obtaining it?

    • Telegram Username: @Gutike95
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  57. One of the most important aspects to achieve great scalability is to have large and strategic partnerships, so does Sukhavati have any of them? If so, why not show it on the website? and if not yet, how much will they seek to associate?

    • Telegram Username: @Gutike95
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  58. Could you clarify a doubt, really what is the consensus mechanism that Sukhavati uses? Is it the PoC consensus mechanism, the EPoSt mechanism or both? if it is really only one of them, then why mention both in your website?

    • Telegram Username: @KASG95
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  59. Regarding the Sukhavati Mining I could see that it will be developed soon, but could you really tell us more about it? how will it work? What requirements will we have to count to start mining? and how attractive will it be?

    • Telegram Username: @KASG95
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  60. Many projects like Sukhavati provide decentralized cloud services, but do any of them really turn out to be a competitor to Sukhavati cloud service network? Or do you really have multiple innovations that others don’t?

    • Telegram Username: @Manzanog
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  61. Can you really talk to us about what will be the utility and importance of your native token in Sukhavati’s decentralized network of cloud services and your ecosystem in general? And also, where will we be able to trade it?

    • Telegram Username: @Manzanog
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  62. Do you have Whitepaper if yes please share it with us and secondly do you have plans for pre-sale? Where can we join it?

    ❗️❗️

    • Telegram Username: @adthynv
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  63. ✅️✅️

    Q.Are you planning to promote your project in countries / regions where English is not good? Do you have a local community for them to better understand your project?

    Thank you in advance…❤….

    • Telegram Username: @adthynv
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  64. Can you explain how is your Tokenomics Distribution? How many tokens Will be minted ? And How many tokens Will be locked by the team?

    • Telegram Username: @dredrexlar
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  65. Sukhavati Network’s mission is to inspire and incentivize improvements in the distributed storage ecosystem, promote it as the true infrastructure of the next-generation Internet, and expand a wide range of application scenarios for the implementation of the Web3.0 vision. So how is Sukhavati Network helping in the implementation of the Web3.0 vision so that users and creators have more opportunities to demonstrate their skills?

    • Telegram Username: @Daryj63
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  66. Thanks to Sukhavati’s overall design, any device that supports TEE technology can be added to the storage network, creating a truly decentralized network. Since Filecoin is best suited for cold storage scenarios and Arweave is designed to store permanent high-value density data, the Sukhavati hot storage layer can act as a storage middleware in the Web3.0 ecosystem, routing content to different storage networks based on different dApps needs.

    • Telegram Username: @Daryj63
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  67. On this basis, Sukhavati will take full advantage of the high efficiency of PoS / PoC consensus and TEE technology. What does TEE technology mean for Sukhavati, how does it benefit from being in the ecosystem? What device supports TEE technology to the overall Sukhavati design, other than Filecoin and Arweave?

    • Telegram Username: @Daryj63
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  68. One of your main objectives is to expand a wide range of application scenarios for the implementation of the Web3.0 vision. How long will it take to meet this milestone? Will the application scenarios be built in Sukhavati or will users also be able to contribute by creating applications with Sukhavati?

    • Telegram Username: @AgenciaATM
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  69. I understand that live events on your platform use in-game tokens, but is this your native WFAIR token or can other tokens be used? Can you explain to me what is the utility of WFAIR with respect to live events, can I interact with these tokens?

    • Telegram Username: @JuanSB07
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  70. I understand that Sukhavati is a decentralized cloud services network focused on storage, but why have they decided to focus on “storage”? What is the current problem with common storage in networks and how do you solve it? And do you plan to move into more services in the future?

    • Telegram Username: @JuanSB07
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  71. I know that storage nodes can earn storage incentives by continuously completing challenges. But can you give an example of these challenges and what incentives they offer? How can I be part of this?

    • Telegram Username: @JuanSB07
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  72. Can you tell me how their “Network diagram” works, sukhavati integrates to both web2 and web3? Also, they are a multi-chain product, what is their compatibility? Actually which networks integrate your ecosystem?

    • Telegram Username: @Raisbelys
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  73. It strikes me that sukhavati requires low computer consumption, but I saw that because of this it allows most of the resources to be used for other meaningful work. But then, what are the other works that require computing resources? How do you take advantage of these resources?

    • Telegram Username: @Raisbelys
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  74. Can you explain me the differences between a hardware based EPoSt mechanism and the ZKP based cryptographic mechanisms? Why have you decided to implement EPoSt mechanisms instead of other common ones? Is this mechanism also compatible with cryptography?

    • Telegram Username: @RosemaryBianco
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  75. I saw a section in your platform that will be available in the future which is mining, so can you tell me a little bit about this product and how users can benefit from it? Do you think they will be able to develop a better mining thanks to its development in storage?

    • Telegram Username: @LeyaNir
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  76. You say that thanks to the consensus mechanism, a significant number of devices can participate in storage extraction and provide reliable computing resources, does that mean that I can be part of that with my computer or phone? What are the rewards I would get for this?

    • Telegram Username: @CarlosZamo
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  77. I just found out that Sukhavati is currently collaborating with Marhaba Defi and as far as I know that Marhaba is based from Arab country,so why do you choose to collaborate with them?Can you describe your partnership with Marhaba?What is the win-win benefits of this partnership?

    • Telegram Username: @jobel4
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  78. I see that Sukhavati has the use case which is the AWS Lambda-like serverless CloudComputing services. So,could you explain more about this new use case of Sukhavati?How it contribute an advantage to your platform? Can you mention another use cases of Sukhavati?

    • Telegram Username: @jobel4
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  79. Regarding the storage layer (EPoSt) existing in your ecosystem, I would like you to briefly, but efficiently put me in context about this same and especially how it is related to LivingPoSt and WinningPoSt, what final result gives this relationship and how can it benefit users?

    • Telegram Username: @Pirry05Universe
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  80. It has given me great curiosity to know what is the meaning of the name of the project, for what reason they have given it such a name, in what way is the name of it linked to its main functions and services offered and finally where exactly does the term Sukhavati come from?

    • Telegram Username: @DaviidAL95
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  81. When I was taking a look at the project website, I saw that it does not have relevant information about the tokenomics of the project and other points that would be interesting, therefore, where can I have detailed information about its native token and finally have you thought about updating and/or improving the content of your website?

    • Telegram Username: @Juniorrf2410
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