Nash21’s business model enables a series of revenues to be generated which are associated with the different lines of business. The way it is designed, the protocol will absorb part of that value. We list the working of the different mechanisms.
Figure 5. Segmentation of protocol revenues by utility of different user types.
4.1. Revenues from Tokenisation and guarantee premiums
4.1.1. Premium for the Tokenisation of the contract
This is the premium paid by the owners of the rental contracts who decide to tokenise their contracts. By default it includes the administration premium (rent collection and payment).
4.1.2. Premium for the Guarantee of the contract
This is the premium that owners or tenants will pay (depending on the uses and customs of each country) to guarantee all of the rents of the contract.
4.2. Revenue from Marketplace Premiums
This is the premium that the seller of each NFT successfully auctioned in the marketplace pays Nash21.
4.3. Revenue from the RF (YRF) performance
The RF, as efficient capital consisting of a portfolio of assets that will be invested, will generate a yield that will capitalise as the amount of the RF increases and thereby enable a greater number of NFTs to be created.
4.4. Protocol Strategy.
The protocol, through the governance of its treasure, could decide to carry out the following strategies
Buyback: The protocol, through its Treasury, will be able to auto-purchase (buyback) the protocol's own tokens with the aim of burning them, reducing the supply.
Staking: The protocol, through its Treasury, will also be able to enable staking or yield farming policies and reward these actions with token distribution incentives.