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The latest instalment of DApp curation using a simple bonded curve [can be found here](https://discuss.status.im/t/how-to-curate-dapps-simply/759). I need to update the contract itself to reflect the latest changes and research, but we can parallelize this, and create a bounty simply for a better playground in which to experiment with curves and constants.
The latest spreadsheet that sets out exactly how the mechanism works [can be found here](https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1T_n6wR7XK0zj6yLdljfD0Vi1UADt3Uf7ZgdiUXVpUrE/edit?usp=sharing). Look on the 3 sheet, entitled `Playground Wireframe` for a sense of what to build here. Please **play with it yourself first** by inserting different values for:
1. The exponent (and therefore the shape of the curve). Satisfy yourself that `1.6` is well chosen, that there is an inflection point i.t.o. the cost to move by 1 SNT at `1.5` (so we can't go below) and that any other value between `1.6` and `2` doesn't give us as high an `amountAvailable`.
2. The % of negative votes (or positive votes). Play with this until you get a sense of what % of votes have to have been cast for the cost to the user to move the DApp 1 SNT down in the store to become "significant" (remembering that "significant" here not only refers to how much it actually costs, but also the effect of loosing 1 SNT as compared to the amount a DApp has staked, i.e. the more they have staked, the less significant loosing 1 SNT is).
Now, this bounty is for a demo environment of your choice in which we can:
1. Play with different values for the exponent and see their effect on the `cost` paid by the user and the `amountAvailable` (hence what the DApp can receive back) in real time. Extra points if we can play with entirely different curves.
2. Have a slider for the % of `negative votes cast` vs `votes minted` (and the % of `total votes cast` vs `votes minted`) which we can use to show what the real cost of voting is for different amounts staked, and different numbers of votes cast.
3. A simple calculator for "if I spend `X SNT` right now (with `A SNT staked` and `B votes already cast` it will move the DApp `Y SNT` in the store". It's easier just to look at the [functional wireframe in the spreadsheet](https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1T_n6wR7XK0zj6yLdljfD0Vi1UADt3Uf7ZgdiUXVpUrE/edit?usp=sharing).
This idea comes from a tweet from @okwme: https://twitter.com/billyrennekamp/status/1064189839543799816 I'm not sure it asks for exactly what is in that tweet, but hopefully he can comment on some good requirements/deliverables here too.