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Initial Network State
Our initial goal is not to find a stable price. This may seem antithetical to our currency aspirations, but we ensure you it is not. VESQ can be tuned to optimize for different things. The main tradeoff is volatility and profitability versus stability and consistency. With volatility and profit comes growth; this is what we want early on.
With tight policy and scale, VESQ should function well as a stable asset. Upward and downward pressures should stabilize at some non-intrinsic value. With loose policy, regardless of scale, VESQ has the potential to act as a wealth creation machine. The market premium of the token measures the positive sum of the game; all extrinsic value is new wealth created.

Expansion Phase

The initial network features a one-way treasury (money goes in, none comes out), the bonding contract (through which supply increases and profits are produced), and the staking contract (where profits are distributed).
The following are the initial policy states:

BCV (Bond Control Variable)

BCV varies based on bond types. It is tuned regularly by the Policy team to meet the protocol goals. For example, if the protocol wants to accumulate more liquidity into its treasury, it can lower the BCV for liquidity bonds to increase their bond capacity.

Bond Vesting Term

The bond vesting term is set to 3310 Polygon (MATIC) blocks or approximately 5 days for all bond types.

VSQ Distribution

Every time someone purchases a bond, the proceed will go to the VESQ treasury. A corresponding amount of VSQ will be minted and distributed to three parties:
Bonder The bond purchaser will receive the quoted amount of VSQ linearly over the vesting term.
DAO The DAO receives the same amount of VSQ as the bonder. This represents the DAO profit.
Staker After accounting for the VSQ distributed to the bonder and the DAO, the rest will be distributed among all stakers in the protocol.
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Expansion Phase
BCV (Bond Control Variable)
Bond Vesting Term
VSQ Distribution