The specific tokenomics of each CyberTrade project depends upon the financial instrument being delivered and its specific characteristics. However, the following general principles apply:

1. Project Funding
A project token is offered at the Initial Token Offering (ITO) to raise the funds required to take the project from prototype stage to general release (GR) version (Main network).

2. Staking / Interest earned
For suitable projects, the token can be 'staked' directly to the (proof-of-stake) project to earn interest. The interest is paid to each stake from the trading fees earned by the financial instrument, in addition to any change in the token value, itself.

3. Governance / Voting rights
Optionally, each project may have its own governance structure, powered by voting rights in proportion to the number of tokens held.

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In general, CyberTrade financial instrument is funded by offering project tokens at the Initial Token Offering (ITO).

Each Initial Token Offering (ITO) is launched on a decentralised exchange, such as Uniswap.

At ITO stage, tokens are usually offered at at highly favourable, introductory prices, enabling investors to gain.

As each financial instrument nears its service launch stage, promotional marketing creates awareness which often stimulates price action..

Token investors are free to sell tokens in the free market on the decentralised exchange.

On a successful project, token investors can gain from both price appreciation and interest.


CyberTrade - Tokenomics

Typical Investment Strategy

Typically, an investor will buy tokens at the Initial token offering, when the underlying crypto trading service is at prototype stage).

In the decentralised world, the ITO creates an instant free market in the token. The investor is free to sell at any time.

When the project announces migration to the 'Test Net' stage, there is often an increase in interest and another increase in the token price.

When the project announces migration to the 'Main Net' stage, there is often another increase in interest and another possible increase in the token price. This additional 'milestone' event provides another obvious opportunity to sell at a profit.

Beyond 'going-live' the investor may decide to hold or to sell, with interest being payable to any investor who stakes tokens to the platform.

CyberTrade - Trading Fees.

Each CyberTrade Financial Instrument, generates profit for CyberTrade by charging fees on the trading taking place.

The fee structure varies, project by project, depending upon what makes sense for each particular financial instrument.

The kinds of fees that can be charges include:-

1. Monthly subscription fee
2. A trading fee for each trade made
3. A fee representing a share of each profitable fee

Not all fees will apply to all projects. Also the governance structure of each project will allow the investors to change the fee structure as they choose.

Profits generated by fees are divided between the investors as decided by the governing body of each project.

CyberTrade - De-Fi Research & Development

Free Market in Project Tokens

Immediately following the Public ITO each project token will have its own free market on Uniswap or a similar decentralised exchange.

The price of a project token will depend upon supply and demand. As most project tokens are expected to have a 'fixed supply', as demand rises, price rises.

Long term, it is up to the democratic governing body to make decisions that produce price appreciation and good staking rewards / interest payments.

CyberTrade - De-Fi Research & Development

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Invest in the project tokens to benefit both from price appreciation and staking rewards.