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LP Dividends

Unlock special LP Dividend rewards by providing LP in either Index Pool or Future Pool. LP dividends is different from LP rewards

How to earn LP Dividend

  1. 1.
    Provide liquidity in either Index Pool or Future Pool
  2. 2.
    Stake your LP tokens in the Double Staking Protocol
  3. 3.
    Lock staking for minimum 1 month duration
  4. 4.
    Vote in DAO for which services you want to provide to other protocol (you need minimum 100 $POIN to participate in DAO). Learn more which services available to vote here
  5. 5.
    If you don't vote in DAO, you are not participating to earn the dividend
  6. 6.
    Track your dividend earnings in the dashboard
  7. 7.
    Claim your earnings at the end of each month

How to claim LP Dividend

  1. 1.
    Go to the LP dividends pool or your profile dashboard
  2. 2.
    Click claim button when it is eligible
  3. 3.
    Pay your gas fee and enjoy your rewards!

Warning: you are only eligible to earn LP Dividends by lock staking your LP tokens ($IPTS & $FPTS) in the Double Staking Protocol. Please read carefully to avoid any missinformation

Common NFT
Rare NFT
Epic NFT
10% of the Pool
30% of the Pool
60% of the Pool
Rewarded monthly
Rewarded monthly
Rewarded monthly
Payment in stable coin
Payment in stable coin
Payment in stable coin
Gas fee included
Gas fee included
Free gas fee
100 $POIN and common NFT subscriptions
100 $POIN & rare NFT subscriptions
100 $POIN & epic NFT subscriptions

Dividends Calculation

Assuming there will be $1,000,000 LP revenue in June 2023, 65%of the Protocol Revenue or $650,000 will be distributed to the dividends every month
Description
$IPTS
$FPTS
Pool shares
50% of LP Revenue
50% of LP revenue
Total rewards
$325,000
$325,000
Distribution
Base on the shares of the pool
Base of the shares of the pool
Example
Steve owns 1% shares of the pool, Steve will get $3,250 dividends each month
Steve owns 1% shares of the pool, Steve will get $3,250 dividends each month
Minimum lock
1 month
1 month
Multiplier
No
No