FLD Circulation


FLUID LP is a decentralized finance application fueled by the FLD token. It is designed to facilitate high volume trustless cross-chain cryptocurrency transactions.
  • Earn and stack yields through FLUID’s community-based liquidity pools
  • Provide competitive scope of cross-chain transfers
  • Offers a trustless approach to interoperable token transfers
  • Offers a binary, holistic execution of the transfers Ensures deep, self-balancing liquidity in order to avoid rejecting large volume operations
Fee/rewards dispersion: 80% to token holders (TH) and 20% to FLUID Treasury (FT). there are three main different products:
  • Liquidity Pools: Non-FLD tokens come in and FLD paid out. Users can earn FLD for providing non-FLD token liquidity.
  • Staking Pools: FLD staked, FLD paid out at Fixed APY.
  • Fee Recycling Pools: FLD staked, FLD paid out and Variable APY. Stakers receive a portion of collected trading fees.
In the short-term, the rewards (yield) paid out from these various liquidity pools will be subsidized by a pre-mined rewards allocation of FLD.
This will allow FLUID to offer attractive rewards that bring new users to the network. The economic rationale behind this incentive is that the platform benefits from the larger, positive network effects these earlier users bring.
This is why early stage inflation is normally accepted for new blockchain businesses. But in FLUID’s case, the specifics of its business model enables it to avoid these costs.
FLUID’s revenues are generated by percentage fees levied on trades, and will be funded by collecting a portion of those same tokens being traded.
This means that the majority of FLUID’s revenues will be earned in token denominations which are highly liquid, and thoroughly established. We have designed the FLD token in the following way in order to maximise the circulating economy and usage of FLD for economic activities.
FLUID’s treasury will be funded with a variety of assets. This increases its spending options and lessens the burden of funding ongoing operational expenses and expansion outlays with FLD.
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