The token supply is continuously reduced through the automatic burn function programmed into the smart contract. This starts immediately based on the success of the token offering and continues throughout the life of the project.
The Unistake token (Unistake) is required for all users on the Unistake platform that wish to make additional staking revenues when providing liquidity on Uniswap. Trading fee earnings paid by Uniswap do not change and are not subject to any fees, but in order to withdraw the additional earnings made from staking, a 10% fee paid in UNISTAKE is charged on the profits. The revenues derived from this fee is then paid out in dividends to all community members staking Uniswap through the MultiStake feature. UNISTAKE holders are also provided with preferential staking rates when joining liquidity pools of projects using the platform to build liquidity.
Maximum Possible Initial Supply
Minimum Possible Initial Supply
Initial Token Supply
The amount of tokens in the UNISTAKE total supply is based on the outcome
of the ISO (Initial Stake Offering). An ISO is a custom token offering newly
developed by UNISTAKE to provide more control and benefits to supporters.
supply of 20M UNISTAKE and
starts with the lowest pricing.
supply of 40M UNISTAKE and a
cost of 1.5X the Round 1 Price.
supply starting at 60M that reduces
20% daily. Price is 2X of Round 1.
Initial Listing Price
On completion of the ISO, the smart contract automatically creates the UNISTAKE/ETH trading pair on Uniswap at a pre-programmed price. This price is dependent on which day of Round 3 the ISO closes. The faster the round closes the higher the listing price and the more liquidity is locked in Uniswap liquidity pool.
of 10X on their ISO tokens, reduced by 10%
daily to 5X each day Round 3 remains open.
of 6.6X on their ISO tokens, reduced by 10%
daily to 3.3X each day Round 3 remains open.
of 5X on their ISO tokens, reduced by 10%
daily to 2.5X each day Round 3 remains open.
All supporters of the Unistake ISO
automatically receive a staking bonus
of between 50% and 100% of their token
holdings. All of these staking bonuses
collectively make up the amount of
tokens that are allocated to the staking
supply. The final amount deposited by
the smart contract is dependent on
which day of the third round the ISO closes.
Token holders can withdraw their ISO tokens at any time but withdrawing before the end of the staking period will result in a forfeiture of all or some of their staking bonuses. The amount forfeited is based on at what point of the term the stake is ended.
ISO token holders who keep their stakes for the entire
180 days (6 months) will receive 100% of their staking bonuses
ISO token holders who end stakes within the first quarter will forfeit 100% of staking bonuses.
ISO token holders who end stakes within the second quarter will forfeit 75% of staking bonuses.
ISO token holders who end stakes within the third quarter will forfeit 50% of staking bonuses.
ISO token holders who end stakes within the fourth quarter will forfeit 25% of staking bonuses.
The amount of liquidity automatically deposited into the locked Uniswap
liquidity pool is dependent on how many tokens are allocated to
supporters of the ISO. As with all other factors of the ISO this
amount is pre programmed into the smart contract and
is based around which day of Round 3 the ISO ends.
Based on a $400 ETH
Based on a $400 ETH
Faster closing of round 3 equates to a larger total ETH balance and
higher percentage of the ETH being deposited into the liquidity pool.
The Unistake smart contracts are pre programmed to split unallocated
tokens between three sources. Where the tokens go is dependant
on if the tokens come from ISO Round 3 daily reductions or
forfeits from stakes being closed early.
in the ISO are permanently removed
from UNISTAKE's total supply.
in the ISO are sent to the time
locked Platform Staking Contract
for future staking opportunities.
sent to the time locked Platform Staking
Contract for future staking opportunities.
are forfeited are shared as
dividends to ISO token
holders with active stakes.