The Gyroscope design is different. Long-term, the decentralized Gyroscope system may generate operational cash flows. A key design question is how these cash flows can be distributed to incentivize agents. Gyroscope proposes a new governance primitive called Conditional Cashflows, which places governors in a role that receives rewards related to system health into the future. The mechanism works by retaining operational cash flows in the protocol reserve and unlocking rewards related to these cash flows to governors at future times if the system remains healthy. Should the system become unhealthy, the cash flows are by default retained to maintain health. Governors, who have the important role of managing and curating the protocol reserve, are disincentivised from making risky decisions, since it puts their current rewards at risk (compare to bankers who don't have to return their bonus if the bank collapses). If times are good, and governance token valuation is sky high, governors are incentivised to auction off new tokens early to boost the reserve.