The FLUID platform itself is simply a blockchain protocol that, by design, does not offer any resources for utilisation. As such, in order for the platform to perform its core function, users would need to be incentivised to become liquidity providers and stake their digital asset pairs (e.g. USDT/FLD) into the decentralised market making pools to provide the necessary liquidity for transactions. As compensation for opportunity costs, these liquidity providers which help to promote adoption of the FLUID platform by staking or including assets to liquidity pools in exchange for LP tokens would be rewarded with FLD (i.e. "yield farming" on the FLUID platform), according to each user's relative contribution after various adjustment and correction parameters.