First-imagine a MINING pool that features various coins and algorithms; second-imagine integrating this pool with exchange APIs to automate the the process of liquidating other coins to a stablecoin in order to place API buy-orders for Pulsar using the resulting stablecoin; third-imagine that this mining pool distributes the result from completed exchange-listed Pulsar buy-orders as compensation for the miner’s Proof-of-Work (“PoW”).
MINERS may choose to accumulate Pulsar (“PLSR”) directly from either Curvehash (GPU) or MinotaurX (CPU) Proof-of-Work (“PoW”) mining. Pulsar Coins earned from direct hashing are either staked in a wallet or are sold on an exchange. Stakers using a WALLET will help secure the network and will be able to earn additional PoS rewards. Sellers, on the other hand, will help to fulfill future buy-orders made by the pool. Miners may also choose acquire Pulsar indirectly by hashing for different coins that the pool will automatically sell on an exchange. Once the sell-order of the other coin completes, the pool automatically places a buy-order for Pulsar. After the pool-listed buy-order finalizes, the miner is paid in Pulsar.
All miners have a place and serve a purpose in the greater Pulsar Economy that creates a personal benefit for themselves as well as a communal benefit for all participants.
There are some pools that would rather keep conversion an internal process; but as such, trade volume occurs inside the pool without public observation–reducing the chance that members of the public will create exchange buy orders. Why would they? From the public’s point of view in this case, trade volume on the coin appears stagnant, motionless, and less interesting. However, automating the process of the pool placing buy-orders on public exchanges creates more volume, escalates curiosity, and encourages excitement, inspiring both new miners and new coin stakers to enter into the Pulsar Community.