A Yeast HODLer at Pre-Sale would have earned back his entire investment in 27 weeks, let's see how you would do if you bought some of that Yeasty goodness today.
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Disclaimer : That piece of bread is not a registered financial advisor. There aren't even any lenses in his glasses. Do your own research.
The following questions are for Yeast token holders and are important for the future and further development of Yeast token.
Please read each question carefully and make a decision. Each vote is weighted - a higher Yeast holding accounts for a larger share of voice in the voting results. Your questions will be submitted to the blockchain for transparency.
1. Each week Yeast is send to holders automatically. Do you think Yeast should change to a claim system?
Dev Notes: Before you slam the "No" button please remember that there are 500+ Yeast holders and many may be inactive or have totally forgotten about their tokens. Any "unclaimed" rewards would, after a time, be reinvested back into the staking pool.
Dev Note 2: I have been paying for the bulksend out of pocket each pay period. In the future I will begin liquidating cake to pay for the sending fees. This is usually .1 or .2 bnb per week.
2. Currently Yeast pays out the entirety of its generated rewards each week, even rewards created by "uncirculated" tokens. Do you think cake generated by uncirculated Yeast should go back into growing the staking pool? At present APY this accounts for between 25 and 30 cake per week.
Dev Notes: This was my original intention and design of Yeast. Currently about 33% of all Yeast tokens are uncirculated - and the rewards generated by these unclaimed tokens would go back into growing the staking pool immediately.