How do the “Internal Validator Node/oracle” and “Enterprise Validator Node/oracle” work?

  • August 16, 2019

Proof of feedback between users and internal validator node/oracle

The internal validator node/oracle will evaluate the feedback sent by Easy Feedback users according to these 3 criteria: usefulness, originality and execution.

  • In this way, feedback sent to companies will be rewarded that:

    1. is attractive, useful and interesting to the company (USEFULNESS).
    2. gives the company original and creative ideas or concepts (ORIGINALITY).
    3. And whose implementation is also practical, viable and helps the company to improve (EXECUTION).

The internal validator node/oracle will be composed of a Board of Consultants in each country consisting of 7 people. Members of the Board of Consultants have been selected among specialists in business development consultancy, experts in innovation and technology and managers with wide professional experience in the business world.

With this system we get that only useful feedback is rewarded, and never reward that which is automated or that is generated only to obtain a reward.

  • The minimum requirements to be a member of the board of consultants are:

    1. To have set up a company and/or to have been self-employed.
    2. To have work experience in at least three sectors of activity. We shall also have the possibility of having consultants specialised in a single sector of activity and who only have the option of evaluating feedback in this sector.
    3. To have more than 15 years of work experience.

To ensure compliance with these requirements, the documentation will be sent to a notary, who will verify the validity of the candidacy.

At the beginning, the Council of Consultants in each country will be composed of seven members elected by Easy Feedback. Later, the platform will have an enrollment form as a candidate to be part of the Council of Consultants. Easy Feedback will approve the candidates that meet the required requirements, so that the number of consultants will grow over time. Among all of them, the system will choose, at random, the two necessary consultants to assess the feedback of the users.

2 of the 7 members of the Board of Consultants will be assigned to each feedback message received, by an automatic and random draw and will be responsible for evaluating them.

Each consultant will perform the evaluation independently without knowing the identity of the user who sent the feedback, or the evaluation of the other consultant and, therefore, not knowing the final evaluation either. The final result of the evaluation will be the average of the 2 consultants’ scores and will only be known by the user who sends the feedback.

For each of the three categories of the feedback that are evaluated: USEFULNESS, ORIGINALITY and EXECUTION, the Board of Consultants will use the following grading scale:


In this way, the maximum score that could be obtained from each consultant would be 12 points: USEFULNESS: 4 + ORIGINALITY: 4 + EXECUTION: 4.

And, therefore, the maximum total of both consultants would be 24 points giving a final result of an average of 12 points. All the scores will be converted into tokens by means of the equivalence of: 12 points suppose 8 dollars that, with the equivalence 1 EFT = 0.05 Dollars, correspond initially to 160 EFTs. The initial 160 tokens will vary depending on the value they are trading in the market.

  • To evaluate user feedback, the consultants will be asked to analyse and give a score to each of these 3 questions:

    1. Is the feedback sent USEFUL to improve or create new processes, products, services in the
      company receiving it?
    2. Is the feedback sent ORIGINAL?
    3. Could the feedback sent be implemented or EXECUTED in the company receiving it?

For guidance in its task of feedback assessment, the Board of Consultants will take into consideration questions and aspects such as:


  • Is the text sent easy to understand?
  • Does it contain spelling/grammatical mistakes?
  • Is it the right length, or is it repetitive or too short?
  • Is the tone of the feedback correct and polite?


  • Does it contain evidence, testimonials, documentation supporting the feedback?
  • Is the feedback sent incomplete because it leaves unknowns which make its execution and/or resolution difficult?


  • Is the feedback interesting or irrelevant?
  • Is the feedback appropriate or is it outdated for any reason?
  • Can the feedback help to improve or create processes/products/services in the company?


  • Is the feedback sent original?


  • Can the feedback received be reasonably implemented in the company?

With these criteria each consultant will give a score to the feedback sent. The average of the total of the two consultants’ scores will be the final result obtained by the user sending the feedback. This result will be converted into EFT tokens in the user’s wallet.

We are working on the possibility that certain suggestions, whose proven value as an idea is so exclusive, can be rewarded with more EFT than those provided in the system we have explained. 

Proof of feedback between users and company validator node/oracle

The company validator node/oracle is the only one in charge of managing the rewards of any type of feedback sent by users, when the company to whom the feedback is sent is subscribed to the Easy Feedback PRO service for companies.

The company validator node/oracle will be composed of people selected among the company’s personnel to perform the task of evaluating feedback.

If the feedback is sent to a company that is not subscribed to the Easy Feedback PRO service for companies, one of the other two validator nodes/oracles will perform the task:

  • The internal validator node/oracle will be the only one in charge of managing the rewards to users, when said feedback is a suggestion, congratulations and any type of complaint/claim.
  • The lawyer validator node/oracle will be the only one in charge of managing the rewards to users, when said feedback is a complaint/claim.

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