In ICON’s initial network design, public representatives (P-Reps) had the power to influence ICX reward rates. Recently, ICON Foundation decided to change the reward model to reduce the power of P-Reps. In the network’s current state, the ICX reward rate is a function of the percentage of network staked, and there are no other contributing factors. In this post, we’ll discuss how the ICX reward rate is calculated, along with the economic implications of a lowly staked network versus a highly staked one.
Last week, ICON announced a major change to IISS (ICON Incentive Scoring System), and provided details about the upcoming P-Rep pre-voting period. In this post, we’ll discuss the changes to IISS, as well as what kind of ICX rewards ICONists can expect to see during the pre-voting period in August.
Autoptimize is a popular WordPress optimization plugin. Unlike other plugins like WP-Rocket and WP Super Cache, Autoptimize is strictly an optimization plugin. It doesn’t offer any page or object caching features, so that’s something to keep in mind if you’re looking for a plugin that also supports caching. In addition to Kinsta’s “must-use” caching plugin, Autoptimize is the only optimization plugin I use on this website to get a load time of 600 ms or less on most pages. In this post, I’ll share my Autoptimize settings, and teach you how to use this plugin to speed up your WordPress site.
A cron job is a server command that automatically executes at a predefined time. In the context of WordPress and other content management systems, cron jobs are useful for tasks like updating plugins every two weeks, running a database optimization routine every other night at 2 AM, exporting a CSV file containing sales data every 4 hours, and more.
WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system. It’s also one of the most popular targets for hackers and other malicious actors. In this tutorial, you’ll learn about five ways to make your WordPress site more secure.