BM: The leasing system is mainly used by Dapps and service providers. Users can rely on the resource solutions of service providers such as wallets.

Today, BM updates the Twitter news with the following content: 1. Re-explanation of the eosio resource proposal: This proposal is essentially a simpler system than REX. It can solve the problem of poor performance of BPs by sharing part of the rent with BPs. 2. If you hold EOS and pledge, you can earn some EOS from the rental pool. If you use these earned EOS to rent CPU, this is equivalent to your transaction is free of handling fees. (Ignore the capital cost of holding EOS) 3. In the model of transaction fees (such as ETH's gas), it will greatly complicate the user experience, and in practice will reduce network throughput, because it is necessary to record the flow of fees. BM believes that under this new resource model, EOS can also implement a fee-for-transaction model. The smooth resource payment model first introduced by TokenPocket is such a solution. 4. Finally, BM said that the main user groups of the proposed rental system are Dapps and service providers, not end users. (Maybe BM means that the end user can directly use the resource model provided by the wallet service provider, such as the current TokenPocket resource payment smooth model)