Apoiando um sistema global, justo e seguro.


I know that maybe you have been buying Cardano for some time, probably you lost some money and are looking to make the most of it because you have had to wait this long for a long time.

It is important to note that there are basically two ways to invest in a stake pool today:

The first way is to look exclusively at numerical data.

You prioritize a cheap administration fee and an accelerated immediate ROI distribution.

That way, you can get your money out of the network as quickly as possible. But to see your capital grow, you are held hostage by random short-term developments, like people who are opening 10 pools with 1% management fees to attract users, but end up saturating all pools because of that.

It is a very short-term mentality.

The second way is to think about the development of your capital along with the development of the network.

In this way, you invest in pools that have interesting projects and that charge realistic administration fees to be able to execute those projects.

As the projects matures, depending on the project the pool starts to yield more and you consequently increase your purchasing power within the network.

It is a long-term mindset.

If you are aiming only at high ROI, perhaps OUROS Stakepool is not for you today.

What happens is this: choosing a stake pool based on fees is not wrong, but it goes against the basic principle of network growth.

I don't want to look like a cheap polemicist, so I made this page to explain why that is so also present my own proposal to Ouros ...

... which is generating sustainable long-term ROI, contributing to the growth of the Cardano community.

Think about this:

Cardano was born with a proposal for intercommunication of decentralized networks. And this is not just an abstract moral principle. In a way, it is the application of this principle through new technological implementations that increases the real value of the network's money.

In other words: the overwhelming majority of the technological resources implemented at Cardano aim to generate wealth. But wealth is generated by making the network more interesting for users.

Compare with BTC, for example:

Bitcoin has significant limitations to grow as a community.

You need to leave a large amount of your money immobilized.

You need to have specialized machinery to mine.

You need to have access to cheap energy.

And you need to have political stability in the region where the machines are running.

Cardano appears to solve these problems:

Your stake is not immobilized, you can spend your money.

You don't need the machinery, because you do the “minting” (mining) with your proof of stake.

Without the machines, you don't have to worry about cheap energy.

If you have political conflict and you need to move your “mining machines”, you don't need to take 3000 miners on your back to another country.

Since you don't have the machines, you don't have to worry about their depreciation, 85% in 5 years.
To participate actively in the bitcoin network, you need to be part of the elite.


That is: Cardano encourages decentralization and pays its users for using the network in this way.

Today, for example, we know that a pool will be penalized when it reach 70 million ADAs in stake (so far).

And, when that happens, the yields that could reach around 10% drop to only 2 or 3%.

So, this distribution is mandatory in Cardano. Therefore, if a pool has a very high delegation, it becomes a centralizer and is automatically disadvantaged.

The protocol does this AUTOMATICALLY.

Because it is indispensable for the sustainable growth of the network.

Think about the following ...

When Cardano appeared, the idea was not just to be a coin with cutting edge technology, but mainly a coin that would remove the biggest obstacles for people to really get involved with the project.

Being remunerated for your stake is a financial incentive to support and protect the network, just like bitcoin miners.

But we can't say that participation in the Bitcoin network is fair, Bitcoin benefits a lot of specialized equipment manufacturers and governments with indecent taxes. in imports, this further aggravates the competitive disadvantage for those who want to participate in the bitcoin mining network…

Just because it has a design that treats your money better, Cardano already avoids waste in machinery, energy and tax, allows more users to participate, and participate in a more balanced way in the network.

This is expected of a currency that intends to be global, both in utility and in participation in the network. Cardano is focused on developing projects that make the network self-sufficient.

But a network that only serves as a money printer, stake pools that only collect their rewards… Is that what Cardano was created for?

Is this the incentive we want to use this network? I do not think so.


The point is: the chain already distributes wealth naturally.

The main thing now is to increase the frequency of using the network. More people, more utilities, easier and more practical ways to use.

Cardano will only be worth more as new features emerge that make using the network more interesting as a transaction system.

Think of the moment that we are living right now.

It took at least 4 years for this project to get off the ground and be implemented in testnet. And today we know that at least 33% of the network participates in the launch of the network.

Compared to the drama experienced at EOS (which did not have a minimum 15% stake in the network to launch over 30 days), it is a milestone in terms of both engagement and community trust. In 48 hours we already had 15%.

Cardano's value increases as the network breaks usage barriers.

Therefore, they are interesting projects that increase the frequency, opportunities and advantages of using the protocol. And, therefore, the value of the currency.

But the truth today is different ...


"Not convinced yet. They're knowledge of computing capabilities certainly seems to be exceptional but they're laggin in dev activity. The network is also not developed and they don't have any partnerships to speak of. Overall, they need to really step up their game."

Today we have to carry the weight of a platform that does not have many projects on our backs, and that is clear to the analysts of our ecosystem.

How much longer will we be postponing these developments?

Are we going to be waiting for more initiatives from Emurgo and IOHK? Let them solve the project adoption alone? Help is always welcome, for both sides.

ROI occurs in the long term, below I would like to present the projects I intend to develop.


Here are some details of the development proposal. It is to make these projects possible that Ouros intends to use as part of the fees collected at Ouros stakepool.

We intend to advance the growth of Cardano on 3 fronts, with projects as a priority.


If Cardano doesn't come out of its bubble, the community will not grow. Therefore, we believe that Cardano can only develop by reaching more and more the big public.

Today, we can talk at a high technical level among ourselves because our group is composed of people who, at least to some extent, have specialized knowledge. However, many people outside our bubble don't even understand the advantages of using a blockchain.

If Mr John who has a small business does not understand how the protocol can change his business, then Cardano will not develop. In order to develop, Cardano needs to attract new people to the community, and these people need to understand how that technology fits into their business and life. This is education.

What I intend to do are lectures and face-to-face seminars for lay people. These people need to see the benefits clearly. They need to measure the real impact that this entire ecosystem can have on their lives. I believe that at some point I will also be able to include the official Meetups in the region.


Our second work front is to train specialized labor for the development of smart contracts and align the technology stack for WEB3.

Developing Cardano is not only attracting more supporters to the protocol, it is also qualifying manpower to program in a new layer of the internet.

It is also important to remember that an investor's education is different from a programmer's education. On the one hand, Cardano's social and financial aspects are of more interest; on the other hand, there are protocol limitations and badly trimmed edges that need to be explored at the technical level.

Here, it is important to remember that it was a technical team, composed of specialized scientists, that opened us to the possibilities of this network. And programmers are the extension of this technical team that will make thousands of implementations in the protocol.

Therefore, we intend to develop workshops for programmers with some frequency. Search for academics and partner companies, explain the philosophy of our ecosystem and what this movement is causing in the world. Topics such as functional programming, Marlow, Plutus and Haskell will be the norm. Without this kind of knowledge, it will be a little painful for the ecosystem to move forward.

This is the point that is perhaps clearest, the most concrete idea and the starting point. Long-term ROI.

Just as Mr John needs to understand Cardano's business advantages, he also needs to USE the network.

To do this, it is necessary to communicate with people who can benefit from the currency, but who do not even know about Cardano. Maybe they don't know Bitcoin.

The point is: just understanding how it works is not enough.

For people to use, access to the coin needs to be easier and more intuitive. Something we will look for is to try to use the technology of tesseract (dlab), to improve usability.

The lay person must be able to use this even without understanding 100% how it works. Cardano needs to be present every day in an easy, fast and intuitive way.

And it is in this simplification that I believe I can bring a real impact to the network.

The idea is to start with the development of a P2P exchange.

The creation of this exchange is just an initial step towards a more complete platform.

First, it serves the community in a real need: to move safely and quickly between national means of payment and the currency of the chain.



The strategic reasons that Ouros has inside and outside the protocol for wanting to raise this decentralized exchange are as follows:

Transactions carried out through exchanges do not help Cardano at all, today they only weigh on the network because they take money from users.

How to reverse this?

The main way is to increase the profit distribution among currency investors. I explain below.

The Exchange P2P under construction is exclusive for Cardano Community.

Here the transactions will be made in the ADA / BRL currency. Unlike when these exchanges take place on centralized exchanges, transactions that take place within the app will directly contribute to the Cardano network, both in fees for transactions between portfolios and in the distribution of ADA among supporters.

Today, when you operate on an exchange, your transaction does not benefit the network or network users.

In fact, it costs even more for the user: he has to buy the asset in bitcoin, pay for an order execution fee and then pay another order execution fee for the purchase of the other desired asset. With exchanges, you are charged twice in a single transaction if your goal is to buy ADA.

In addition, for those who want to sell their digital assets, some exchanges charge abusive fees for withdrawing in local currency. It is more of a sales operation charging brokerage in the middle of the transaction.

A P2P exchange cuts the parasitic middle man and reinforces the decentralization of the network we are building. At the end of the day, this is more ADA in your pocket and an appreciation of the value of ADA.
It is worth noting here that EMURGO through dlab supports Matt Ahlborg's work with the Fellowship Project, Matt is a data scientist who studies the impact of cryptocurrencies in third world countries and most of the data collected on P2P platforms, which will be great for insights during development.

If you like our idea and want to see the Exchange P2P project accelerate in 2020, we accept donations for development, please send us a e-mail.


As you can see: OUROS proposal is to use network incentives for users to keep their capital in stake and to be AWARDED for it.

The Exchange begins to act as another ROI factor, returning a% of transactions in ADA.

The real performance of the application begins with the arrival of Smart contracts.With half a dozen lines of code, we will be able to create another economic arm in the network. With this, instead of redirecting the fees for these operations to a middle man, they can be distributed to Stakepool supporters, reinforcing so that ADAs remain in the community.

Our stakepool presents those who have the delegated stake here with a token. This token acts as a free distribution of the exchange's earnings.

The OUROS Token is a way to support the development of Exchange. It will not be offered for sale, it is just a token that rewards those who participate in Ouros Stakepool.

As clear as possible here, this token is only presented to those who delegate to OUROS via Cardano's Stakepool structure.

The proportionality of the distribution of the token will accompany that of the chain.

To facilitate the numbers, we will divide the remaining supply of cardano by 100, resulting in 138 million in OUROS token. The OUROS token intends to follow the ERC20 standard on Cardano's blockchain.

Today we have in mind to re-invest as much as possible in the platform, focusing on development and marketing. Once the project is operational, we will try to seek advice from ecosystem institutions to advance the development of this DAO.

This project is the basis for continuous development and has the potential to become a more complete platform.


You see, the compensation I ask for here is just to support my positioning through Stakepool.

The inclusion of a bonus token only closes the cycle for creating something bigger, in the end who wins is the network and who participates in it.

In my understanding, this is the best model to start a true DAO, with low risk.

It is at this point that the Cardano network user will be able to assess whether the fees charged are adequate in relation to what the pool operator proposes to accomplish.

For the first time in HISTORY OF HUMANITY, we are seeing a system that will put the ability global mobilization for the whole. It's unique. A system that has incentives for constant improvement, in a participatory, inclusive and generating value. A true social operating system.

In fact, successful implementations of this type may draw more attention to the possibilities that the future holds for Cardano.
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I started my career in the field of technology in 2001, did systems analysis at UCPEL and extended a little more of my course in computer science at UFPEL. With a good technology base, I understood that the role of a scientist was not in the plans.

During this period I had the opportunity to start some business and learn, take the first steps in the world of entrepreneurship.

In the meantime I have been experimenting with different segments of the digital world, in ​​e-commerce, application development, interactive games and some web systems. These experiences were of immense value for my learning in the business aspect, project and team management. For another long period I worked at all ends of my Advertising Agency. With a focus on developing strategies and online campaigns, I ended up concentrating the last few years as a technology project manager.

Today my focus here is to develop Cardano's network as a personal project and main focus as possible.

I was also recently appointed as Cardano's ambassador to Brazil.


At the end of the day, for me this is just a new way to test and encourage the construction of companies that will be part of the future on WEB3.

New companies are opened, anyone in the world can participate. In this case here, we have the luxury of impacting the asset we are investing in.
This is only possible thanks to the incentive mechanics provided by Cardano. Achieving such a feat with Bitcoin is unthinkable and with Ethereum at the moment it is not possible.

What I am doing here reflects a future that I would like to see realized, a fairer participation in an economy that cannot be removed from you. A search for self-responsibility and freedom.

It's not just for my desire, it's for him too.



Still, if you believe that what OUROS is proposing does not make sense to you or do you think it is expensive?

As much as the spirit of competition in delivering the best result as a pool, I also want the best result for the network. The pools mentioned below have my support for proposing good projects and participating actively.










  • Is the OUROS pool profitable?

    Yes! Is it the most profitable? No! Profitability depends on the size of the pool and other factors, the expectation is that we will be on average.

  • What are the pool fees?

    Today the pool charges 300 ADA fixed rate and 8% variable rate.

  • How do Fixed tax and percentage tax work?

    The fixed rate is charged 1x at each epoch, after being deducted from the block, the variable rate is applied.

  • Are smaller pools profitable?

    Smaller pools are risky when the ability to process slots is put to the test. If a smaller pool loses a slot the impact is significant.

  • When the pool can lose performance?

    The worst thing is to lose in block processing, another point that impacts but the operator has no control, is when he loses the block to another pool, this is random in the protocol, where the same slot is drawn to more than one pool at the same time .

  • Are my coins safe when I delegate?

    Yes, when you delegate no coins come out of your wallet, what happens is that you make a small transaction from your wallet, signing a contract with the stekepool saying that your amount of coins can be used in the lottery for the benefit of the chosen pool. That pool becomes responsible for processing the slots that contain the coins that will be sent to your wallet by the protocol at the end / beginning of each epoch.

  • Does the pool need to be 100% online to not lose performance?

    At the moment not for the sake of network implementation, in the future this will count as a performance factor. Today the operator needs to maintain knowledge of the slot election logs. So there are 2 moments that a pool needs to be online, the first is to get the log at the turn of Epoch and the second is when processing the slot, which are specific times of this 24h window. Pools need to operate 24 hours to better functioning of the network.

  • What is a DAO?

    DAO are Autonomous Decentralized Organizations. They are companies that live completely in the virtual world, more specifically on WEB3 and can be coordinated from anywhere in the world by their participants, true DAOs use DAPPs (Decentralized Applications) to stay online, use smart contracts to deal with processes and always seek a high level of automation.

  • What does the OUROS token do?

    The OUROS token serves as a voting token and income distribution for projects carried out by the pool. We will not list the token on any exchange, but you can trade via p2p.

  • When will the OUROS token be available?

    Once the exchange is operational, a platform will be developed to request and use the OUROS tokens.

  • What fees will be allocated to the projects?

    The variable rate will be allocated to projects, the fixed rate will be for personal remuneration.