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Tokenomics
DCAP operates a dual-layer tokenomic ecosystem that allows us to bring further stabilization to our company and your investment.

Layer 1

Our first layer is a pretty standard allocation of token that you’ve seen in many crypto projects. Our initial supply of token is allocated to our team, advisors, partners, liquidity, and our token sale. It's important to note that Layer 1 operates solely on the DCAP coin, which is our ecosystem currency. In an effort to comply with our understanding of regulations set forth by the SEC, funding the liquidity pool with a public presale from unknown investors would revoke the dcap coin currency status and the event would be classified as a security. We have a security token and security investment sales will be made there after the appropriate investor identity has adhered to SEC policies. Following the letter of law, the best we can interpret, the initial supply of the liquidity pool will only be funded by owners, board members, and partners that have an intimate understanding of the risks associated with being a liquidity provider.

Allocation

  • Liquidity - 67.30%
    • Ordinary Token - 10,000,000 $DCAP
    • Preferred Token - 20,000,000 $DCAP
    • PancakeSwap - 5,000,000 $DCAP
  • NFT Pool - 11.54%
    • 6,000,000 $DCAP
  • Pre-Sale - 21.16%
    • 11,000,000 $DCAP

Layer 2

What is traditional staking vs DCAP staking?
  • Traditional Staking
    • Staking cryptocurrencies is when the owner of crypto assets “commits” those assets to support a blockchain. This type of staking could be considered a security as they are “lending” those assets to a third party in exchange for “rewards,” which is effectively revenue or more token.
  • DCAP Staking
    • DCAP doesn’t operate like traditional staking. DCAP operates a multi-layer ecosystem with several tokens at play. At no point is a DCAP investor “lending” token for us to use at-will. DCAP investors are incentivized to swap DCAP for another token in our ecosystem. Swapping into another token grants the investor access to a different layer in the ecosystem that has different opportunities only available to the token holders of that layer.
    • What happens when the user swaps for the “Staking” layer
      • When the user swaps to the staking layer they are effectively selling their token or “swapping” it for the staking layer token “Ordinary Token”
    • What is the purpose of swapping to the Ordinary Token, why would DCAP want users to do that?
      • When a user swaps to the Ordinary token they are effectively removing the DCAP token from circulation therefore increasing the scarcity of the DCAP token. Increasing the scarcity (limiting supply) while retaining a steady and consistent demand compounds the value of an asset.

Revenue, Buy Backs & Cashflow

Our acquisitions, such as real estate rental properties, generate revenue. That revenue then re-enters the DCAP token ecosystem through our TAP, our Token Allocation Protocol.
From there the TAP sends 40% to our secondary liquidity pool. This acts as a stabilizer to the main liquidity pool ensuring safer transactions, with less volatility of the DCAP token. The remainder of the token is used to incentivize our token holders to operate within the DCAP ecosystem.

10% Transaction Fee

When buying and selling DCAP, the smart contract initiates a 10% transaction fee. That fee is converted to stable token and sent to our Capital Allocation Protocol, which is controlled by the Board of Directors, and then eventually the DCAP-DAO. All funds are controlled by the Board of Directors until the DCAP DAO is launched.
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