Primary Coretime Market

The Agile Coretime RFC (RFC-1: Agile Coretime) introduces two new allocation methods for Coretime on the Polkadot Ubiquitous Computer:

  1. Bulk Coretime: Allocated in advance, this method involves periodic scheduling of Coretime through a specialized Coretime-chain. It is designed for users who plan their Coretime needs ahead of time.

  2. Instantaneous Coretime: In contrast, this method allows for allocation of Coretime on the Relay-chain on an as-needed basis, right before usage and follows a block-by-block approach. It suits users requiring Coretime on short notice or for immediate tasks.

These methods are part of the Coretime model's evolution, aiming to enhance the flexibility and efficiency in managing Coretime on the Polkadot network.

The Agile Coretime model uses 'Regions' to represent Bulk Coretime. These Regions, serving as assets, signify ownership of Coretime over a specified duration. They can be partitioned or interlaced into smaller Regions, allowing great flexibility over Coretime management.

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