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Uniswap Eclipsed: $1.5+ BILLION HEX Paid to Stakers November 19th

The Big Pay Day

Early adopters of HEX will celebrate a windfall inflation distribution of approximately 183 Billion HEX, worth more than $1.5 Billion, credited to active stakes on November 19th, 2020. This one-time event is called The Big Pay Day (BPD), and the only eligibility requirement is a stake be active before BPD and end after it. To The Staker Class this HEX will appear like any other daily interest credited to your stakes, but substantially larger.

10 Years for Bitcoin to Do itHEX Does it November 19th

Bitcoin’s inflation model for coin distribution went from 0 coins to 18 million across 10 years; HEX efficiently expedites this, completing its entire high inflation distribution on November 19th. Immediately following this, HEX goes right into its low inflation phase with a maximum of 3.69%. Bitcoin took 10 years across multiple halvenings to accomplish the same.

Why HEX Might Continue Outperforming Long After The Big Pay Day

Imagine if Bitcoin paid its holders with more Bitcoin for committing to not sell for time periods of their choosing: a time deposit. Now imagine if committing to longer time periods paid even better, and when others break their commitments those who keep theirs receive even more Bitcoin. What would overall net buying and selling activity look like? HEX does all of this, plus a bit more.

HEX is a finished product designed to richly reward stakers in ways no cryptocurrency ever has. The returns enjoyed by The Staker Class incentivize net positive buying and staking activity versus selling. Additionally, when HEX is staked those coins are thus removed from the circulating supply — another key design feature to positively influence demand pressures on supply.

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