Reputation scores incentivize good behavior on the network, enabling Creators and Operators to generate more productivity from the network. For Creators, reputation scores are used to determine the amount of concurrent mining nodes a user can access at any given time. Thus, creators with higher reputation scores are able to process work faster, incentivizing them to build a positive success rate that often come from thoroughly checking scenes prior to uploading them to the network. Creator side reputation scores also ensure that requestors without positive histories do not clog up the network with work that needs to be re-rendered, creating disruptions in job allocation. Similarly, Node Operators will only be able to process higher tier work - which provides increased token rewards per compute cycle - by meeting the reputation score requirements. Additionally, node operators with higher reputation scores are assigned work faster than other users with lower reputation scores, incentivizing them to maintain high success rates. Through this process, reputation scores are both used as a coordination and an incentive mechanism.