An Advanced & Incentive Enabled Decentralize Financial System

Inspired by Andre Cronje’s Keeper Network Keep2r Network idea was born. While the DeFi space was flooding with poor attempts on making a successful fork implementation of the real one, none actually had the core functionalities baked into them to able to be even called as a successful fork. The DeFi God had some clear qualities in his version of keeper but others upon failing on doing so made millions just by creating fake hypes in the DeFi space. Following on his footsteps Keep2r Network is committed to make all the necessary…


Simple Keeper

To setup a keeper function simply add the following modifier;

modifier keep() {
require(KPR.isKeeper(msg.sender), "::isKeeper: keeper is not registered");
_;
KPR.worked(msg.sender);
}

The above will make sure the caller is a registered keeper as well as reward them with an amount of KPR equal to their gas spent + premium. Make sure to have credit assigned in the Keep2r system for the relevant job.

Adding Jobs

Jobs can be created directly via governance or by submitting a job proposal to governance automatically via adding liquidity.

Submit a job via governance

Simply create a new proposal via governance to add a new job

/*** @notice Allows governance…


An Advanced & Incentive Enabled Decentralize Financial System

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Introduction

Keep2r Network is a decentralized keeper network for projects that need external devops and for external teams to find keeper jobs

Keepers

A Keeper is the term used to refer to an external person and/or team that executes a job. This can be as simplistic as calling a transaction, or as complex as requiring extensive off-chain logic. The scope of Keep2r network is not to manage these jobs themselves, but to allow contracts to register as jobs for keepers, and keepers to register themselves as available to perform…

KP2R Network

An Advanced & Incentive Enabled Decentralize Financial System

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