Gas prices are hard to predict; it's been a blast seeing my Gas coins rise from a few cents to $800 (AUD) last month. Futures on gas do not appear to exist anywhere else, and there's a good reason why.
If you check out the token's website, you'll see that these tokens are heavily reliant on Ethereum's management of gas.
So my question is, can this be safely implemented to protect from derivatives being nullified if the tokens become unusable?
Unrelated to my question — FYI, I own these tokens on the Ethereum classic network. So far, no such portability exists between these two networks (ETH, ETC) in regard to GST2. (Saturn Network is in remission) As such, I can't trade them.
Is there a futures market for Gas-Coins, like GST2, GAS, Chi gas token etc.?
And finally, (unrelated), does anyone know how feasible it is to add Blockhain portability support for these tokens like the chain-hopping compatibility found in Metronome (MET)?