Hey. So, I haven’t forgotten about your question since last time :). We were going to post an additional update in due time, but just to give you the headsup now: so a lot of people have traditionally worried about there being an end date, because after which point (36 months) the tokens would be irretrievable to the user, and likely go to LEAF. To quell this fear, we’ve decided to remove the end date, so it is completely up to the person when they take it out. One adjacent issue to this is that we did not want to amend the initial contract, but this has actually now coincided with a need to amend the LRC token contract itself - mainly because we have to add the additional ‘BURN’ function into the token contract for the new 2.0 fee model of course. Given this, we will be able to upgrade the token contract, while simultaneously upgrading the incentive contract as well. Of course, both will be completely audited and transparent.l and pegged programmatically. Timing remains the only moving target, as we must coordinate the LRC token upgrade with a few ancillary services (exchanges halting deposits for a few hours, etc.).
Hope that answers. Of course we will provide further detail. But just wanted to answer you now. Not only is this needed for the LRC upgrade, but we think the incentive is ultimately better for all users anyways, as no tokens will go to us, and it allows users to ‘outlast’ each other further - only if they want to. They can of course remove within initial window too.