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Power agent

Decentralized network for guaranteed automatic, gasless, transaction execution and off-chain computations for Defi/Web3 apps and individuals.
networks
04
keepers
56
jobs
100
executions
198K
How it works
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You deploy a smart contract on EVM chain with a function that has either time-based (interval Job) or logic-based (resolver Job) execution conditions, and add a Job using the UI to the Power Agent contract, deposit ETH (or native token) for payment, and specify the stake range.
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The Power Agent network automatically and randomly assigns a Keeper for execution from hundreds to thousands of Keepers, depending on the specified stake range. The specified stake range will determine the number of available Keepers and the execution price.
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The assigned Keeper executes the job, receives payment in ETH (or the native token), and the Power Agent network randomly assigns the next Keeper. If the assigned Keeper doesn't execute the job on time, other Keepers will slash it and execute the job according to the round-robin algorithm.
Key features
Proven reliability
Permissionless
Full decentralization
Random keeper selection
Stake based pricing
Guaranteed execution
Dappnode integration
EVM compatibility
MEV protection
(in progress)
ZKP resolvers
(in progress)
Liquid Keepers
(in progress)
Proven reliability
Permissionless
Full decentralization
Random keeper selection
Stake based pricing
Guaranteed execution
Dappnode integration
EVM compatibility
MEV protection
(in progress)
ZKP resolvers
(in progress)
Liquid Keepers
(in progress)
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Ecosystem fund

The PowerPool protocol was launched in August 2020, without any VC funding or public sale. Tokens were distributed through a community airdrop and a liquidity mining program. Currently, PowerPool DAO is developing a Power Agent network and aims to create an ecosystem around it. The DAO’s treasury holdings are approximately 41.1 million CVP, which is equivalent to about 12 million USD.

Following Governance proposal 58, the DAO has allocated 10 million CVP, or around 3 million USD, to fund developers who will integrate Power Agent automation into their own protocols and applications, or contribute to protocol development. This funding will be provided through grants.

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Current status

Power Agent V1 operated successfully on the Ethereum Mainnet from October 2020 to March 2023.

Power Agent V2 has been running successfully on the Goerli and Sepolia testnets since November 2022, having passed numerous tests and security audits. Currently, the testnet continues to operate on Sepolia. Additionally, we have launched Power Agent test contracts on the Gnosis Chain, Ethereum Mainnet, and Arbitrum. Soon, we plan to expand to Optimism and Polygon.

The only difference between the mainnet contract and the test contract is that the latter uses test CVP tokens for staking.

Web3 future is automated
We expect that at least 40% of transactions in various blockchain networks will be done by on-chain automation (Keepers) networks in the next three years.
Past
All actions (transactions signing) should be done by users themselves.
Present
Manual actions are combined with automation, mainly handled by centralized bots and early-stage keeper networks.
Future
Web3, automated by permissionless, robust, decentralized keeper networks.
use cases
Automated fund management
Limit orders
Protocols automation
AMM position management
CDP protection
Power Agent V2 Deep Dive
Types of Jobs
Execution
Interval Jobs Slashing
Resolver Jobs Slashing
Types of Jobs
Execution
Interval Jobs Slashing
Resolver Jobs Slashing
Types of Jobs

In Power Agent V2, one can create several types of jobs that will be automatically executed by the network.

Interval Jobs
Jobs with a Resolver
Supported networks
Active
Soon