Mesh+ is announcing its new partnership with the Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics. This partnership entails the development of our tokenomics model with the support of the Mathematicians from the Department of Discrete Optimization Methods for Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems. By partnering with world-leading Mathematicians, we ensure our tokenomics model remains sustainable and efficient in all environments.
We understand the significance of a tokenomics model when it comes to the success of a crypto project. With a strong tokenomics model, a crypto project can create sustainable growth in a wide variety of market conditions. This creates a resilient project that can capitalize on opportunities and minimize losses during market corrections.
But, how can we create a sustainable tokenomics model? Well, here at Mesh+, we are currently working on creating a fully sustainable tokenomics model based on real data for a mathematically sound model. However, we understand our in-house developers are not world-leading mathematicians or economists, so we partnered with the Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics to leverage their world-leading talent in these areas. By leveraging world-leading expertise, we can create a sustainable tokenomics model based on science instead of feeling and ego.
We knew we wanted assistance from leading mathematicians to develop our tokenomics model and ensure it remained sustainable regardless of the market conditions. But, why did we choose to seek assistance from the Department of Discrete Optimization Methods for Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems at the Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics?
Well, the USSR had some of the most respected mathematicians in the entire world, many of which work at the Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics. Even in today’s world, former USSR universities such as the Glushkov Institute still remain as the most respected mathematical institutes. Given the global respect of the Glushkov Institute’s mathematicians, we chose to partner with them for assistance in developing our tokenomics model. Their Department of Discrete Optimization Methods for Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems specializes in developing sustainable models that perfectly apply to the tokenomics model we are currently developing.