The currently running pools are open and not limited to the number of tickets that 1 wallet address can have…
This means whales can get more tickets and create a non-fair pool for less wealthy people. And this is not a problem but its just not fair for people that just got into the wonderful decentralized blockchain world, or for people that are not that wealthy.
Now I got an idea that can make it possible to make a more fair pool for the standard crowd. And that idea is Limited Tickets per-address for certain pools with some restrictions and requirements and this makes the use of these small limited pools fairer.
And that makes it more interesting for people to join the small pool (more win chance)
So in short “an extra pool with some added requirements to be eligible to win with some caps”
Only a few problems with making a pool with limited tickets per address
The total amount of tickets/funds for the pool will be lower
People/addresses need to be unique
How to separate the number of edible tickets
making it possible for people to only fund the pool without the win chance before they deposit they can make the choice.
verification using a verification protocol and I suggest BrightID read below why.
a static amount, for example, I suggest a small one for small pools like 100 edible tickets and after that, any amount is only for funding the pool and no winning chances.
Also, the tickets can be only edible when people are verified (look below)
Why Bright ID well I have been part of the Bright ID community as an BrightID Star, and it is also linked to various other blockchain projects and creates a way to prove that someone is unique.
Look at their website
It’s an excellent place to start proving that people are unique and have people only enter with one address.
And if they are not verified their tickets are funding only. And makes them not able to win the prize.
Take a look at another post I made about BrightID
Also, the functionality of my other post can be implemented.
This is what I have in mind. I would love to hear from people what they think of it.