BM: The new rental scheme is mainly used by Dapps and service providers, and end users can rely on service providers such as wallets

According to MEET.ONE news, today, BM even updated 5 Twitter updates. The following are the main contents:
1. Restatement of the eosio resource proposal: The 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 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. (With negligible cost of funds holding EOS)
3. In the model of transaction-based charging, the user experience is greatly complicated, and in practice, the flow of fees needs to be recorded, which will reduce the network production. BM said that this transaction charging model can still be provided by service providers such as wallets to implement leased CPUs.
4. BM further stated that the lease system of the proposal is mainly used by Dapps and service providers, not end users.
5. Finally, BM said that it did not use Telegram anymore.