Author: @eliasimos | Aug 22, 2022
Rated is building reputation for machines.
Rated offers a solution to the poor contextualization of validator quality problem. This solution is centered around reputation scores for machines and their operators, starting with the Ethereum Beacon Chain. We seek to embed a large swathe of available information from all layers of a given network, and compress it in an easily legible and generalizable reputation score that can act as an input to human workflows but most importantly, machines (e.g. an API that acts as an input to insurance or token Smart Contracts).
What’s next in the Rated feature set
Over the coming weeks we will be releasing a bunch of relevant features on the front-end and API layer of Rated with varying degrees of access freedom; these include:
- Support for Prater (and Goerli post merge)
- Execution layer rewards contextualization, including:
- Priority fees (earned and missed)
- MEV to validator (earned and missed)
- Total value missed if missed block
- MEV classification (types)
Operationalizing the proposal & scope of work
In the table below, we outline the scope of work broken down by activity centers and deliverables.
For the consideration of all below items, from a functional standpoint, we will develop the ability to define the query for time periods between “blocks” and “datetime”, additional to the ability to define “days since beacon chain launch” that is currently available.
Access and ongoing support relating to all features outlined in the table below is timeboxed to 6mos after delivery of the full scope of the proposal. The goal here is to align the expiry of this scope with the expiry of Phase I of the Lido x Rated grant proposal.
The scope of work and deliverables are outlined in the table below.
Access to all other net new features of the Rated API (execution layer metrics, flashbots api data etc) will still be made available to Lido. However, unlike to the items on the table below, there will be no guarantee that we will provide support on these or that they will not be made rate limited (or wholly unavailable) for public consumption as we gear up to launch Rated v1.
The proposed grant has been priced at an aggregate value of 35k USD, payable in a mix of LDO and USDC, and approved by the LEGO council on the 20th of August 2022.