Blockchain developers need to make their living: that’s why tokens have automated rate distribution.
The money is used to pay developers, maintenance, marketing, and many other subjects (ordinary or not). All projects must (or at least they SHOULD) put detailed information about that in their respective whitepapers.
Decentralized environments should be as transparent as possible to both users and developers: after all, what’s the point of investing in something that isn’t clear about how much is being charged for each transaction?
How does rate distribution on CSHOP works
There’s a 10% fee on each CoinShopp (CSHOP) transaction. Here’s how the money is distributed:
5% Administrative Wallet
1% Liquidity Pool
For administrative purposes, 5% is dedicated to maintenance, new tech, marketing, and other matters to make CoinShopp better than already is. Another 2% is dedicated to developers, 1% of the tokens are burned to create value and scarcity.
The other 2% are dedicated to holders and for the liquidity pool, which grants financial health to both developers and users.
Why is this so important?
Fraudulent projects will likely omit that kind of information from users. What’s worse: some of them will even give false information about it to mislead users.
Always check about this kind of thing before buying crypto — your financial health depends solely on it. Unfortunately, there are a lot of scams out there and the community must stand together against them.
Transparency is key to blockchain and DeFi: such information must be accessible and clear to every user.
Remember to verify everything before putting your money into any project. If you’re having a bad time filtering it, search for reliable opinions on the internet — they can be found at forums and other social media networks.
Care for your money. CoinShopp is here to help you with that.