The term “Keepers” stems from the idea that because utility independent actors give to a specific blockchain network, they should be given the token they are supporting and developmental influence.
Keepers drive a blockchain network performing critical jobs and maintain the stability of a crypto-economic model.
Some tokens allow for Keepers to utilize governance over the system.
Maker allows votes with the core development team having the final say.
Tezos incorporates a voting system.
Incentivizing Keepers to stay with a coin allows for both stability and best interest in the coin’s future.
There are three categories of Keepers:
Gatekeepers of Trust
With decentralized networks increasing exponentially, small-scale Keeper operations should be the beginning and entrepreneurs should begin to look at new sources of scaling.